Join us and help change lives.

The careers of our employees are central to The Council on Recovery's mission: To keep our community healthy, productive, and safe by providing services to all who may be adversely affected by alcohol, drugs, and mental health disorders. That's why we've created a workplace that attracts and retains a diverse group of skilled, passionate, and committed people.

The Council offers a competitive benefits package, including medical, dental, prescription, vacation, and sick days. We also offer life insurance, long term disability, and retirement savings. Work with us. We'll help you achieve your professional and personal goals and ambitions, while making a huge difference in our community!

NAS Outreach Worker and Recovery Coach

This position is responsible for conducting community and targeted outreach activities, in conjunction with the maternal health case manager, to identify and engage pregnant substance using women earlier in pregnancy. Read more...

Client Services Specialist

The Council on Recovery is seeking a Client Services Specialist.  This position manages the “front door” to all Council services Read more...

Choices Counselor & Adolescent Clinician

This position is responsibile for providing dynamic prevention education, assessment, and counseling for students, their parents or legal guardians and faculty on campus at local schools and offering counseling services in the clinic at the Council. Read more...

Prevention Specialist

This position serves as youth/adult prevention education facilitator, responsible for providing curriculum based prevention education services to middle school students and parents or adult caregivers of the designated community. Read more...

Mary Bell Clinical Fellow

This position is responsible for providing individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy. They will also be expected to attend their weekly didactic courses as a mandatory part of their job responsibilities. Read more...

Case Management – Bilingual

This position intervenes with pregnant and post-partum women and women of child-bearing age identified as using substances and having related risk factors to reduce the incidence of drug exposure of their unborn, newborn and young children. Read more...

Older Adult Specialist, The Wellderly Program

This position is responsible for the providing community outreach, education, training, screening and referral, and case management services to older adults, their families and their caregivers. The focus will be on preventing the misuse of alcohol and other drugs, and intervening when substance abuse is identified. Read more...

Behavioral Health Clinician

The person in this position is responsible for individual assessments and counseling, psycho-educational and process groups. and will provide input to the development of client service plans and team decisions. Read more...

Director of Integrated Clinical Services

The focus is on the system of care, ensuring it is easy accessibility, patient-centered, and coordinated Read more...

Ready to apply?

To apply for a job, please include the position for which you are applying and e-mail your resume to hrdept@councilonrecovery.org or fax it to 281-200-9341.

The Council on Recovery is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

In line with our mission and our vision, The Council on Recovery is a drug-free, smoke-free and nicotine-free workplace. Once employed, random drug tests are conducted on a monthly basis.

The Council on Recovery participates in the E-Verify program, an Internet-based system that allows businesses to determine the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States. Read more about E-Verify here. Furthermore, The Council on Recovery complies with the Employee Rights and Responsibilities Under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Read more about FMLA here.