LCADC/CADC & Domestic/Sexual Violence Counselor

Job Type

Part Time



Start Date


Application Deadline



47 East Main Street
United States



Provide individual counseling services for adult victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse who have substance use disorders.


  • Master’s in social work, psychology, counseling, or other related field
  • Must be Licensed Clinical Drug and Alcohol Counselor (LCADC) or Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC)
  • Minimum 3 years working with persons with substance use disorders and/or victims of trauma, domestic or sexual violence
  • Must have genuine passion for the movement to end domestic violence and sexual assault and to desire to help empower all survivors with varying abilities and capacities with cultural competency and sensitivity
  • Bilingual (Spanish) a plus
  • Clear Criminal Background Check
  • Valid Driver’s License – clean driving records for past five (5) years (no DUI, speeding, texting or similar offense
  • Complete SAFE in Hunterdon’s, or another New Jersey DV/SV agency’s, mandatory domestic violence/sexual violence Victim Counselor training or equivalent


  • Conduct individual counseling sessions with survivors of domestic and sexual abuse who have substance use disorders
  • Provide crisis intervention services, advocacy and referrals to domestic and sexual abuse survivors and their families
  • Develop and implement individualized treatment plans
  • Administer, interpret and discuss standardized assessments with clients
  • Establish empowerment-centered victim-driven goals with survivors with disabilities and assist them in the successful timely completion of same
  • Work to reduce and eliminate barriers for survivors with disabilities to ensure equal access, equal justice, and equal opportunities to heal
  • Identify and engage community resources as collaborative partners in serving survivors of domestic violence, especially those serving persons with disabilities
  • Assist in tracking, modifying, assessing, and reassessing policies, procedures, and protocols for SAFE in Hunterdon as needed to ensure equal access, reduce barriers and marginalization, and continually improve services for, and in alliance with, victims with disabilities and their non-offending caregivers
  • Facilitate survivor support and psycho-educational groups
  • Implement project plan per grant guidelines and track/meet outcome measures
  • Advocate for clients to community agencies where appropriate and in alignment with agency confidentiality policies

Professional Level


Minimum Education Required

No requirement

How To Apply

Please send cover letter and resume to the above email address.