Therapist needed Beckley, WV



Outpatient Substance Use Disorders Program

This opportunity is a uniquely rewarding, challenging position for individuals interested in working in a professional team environment, providing behavioral health and substance use disorder services. Position involves providing assessment services and therapy (group and individual) to consumers in an outpatient setting, including those receiving medication assisted treatment. Substance use disorder experience is preferred however recent/new graduates will be considered.

Master's Degree in a Social Service-Related Field
Licensed, or License Eligible Preferred
Strong interest working with Co-occurring Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders Preferred
Must Possess a Valid WV Driver's License

Population specific training provided
Staff development funding provided for ongoing training.
Health Insurance
401K Pension Plan
Paid Vacation, Sick Leave & Holidays
Disability, Life/ADD Insurance

Send resume to: or HR Department, FMRS Health Systems, Inc., 101 S. Eisenhower Drive, Beckley, WV 25801

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Career Opportunity

The Kanawha Day Report Center is looking to hire a full-time Drug Court Counselor to assist in providing services and monitoring Drug Court clients. Applicants for the position must have at a minimum a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Social Work, or Counseling and must possess Addictions Counseling Certification or demonstrate they are working to obtain it. Salary is commensurate based on qualifications and experience. Benefits are also included.


Those interested need to send their Resume to the Director of the Kanawha Day Report Center at 900 Christopher Street, Charleston, WV 25301.  Resumes need to be received by no later than May 5, 2017


Please direct all questions to the Kanawha Day Report Center.

Peer Recover Coach needed in Beckley, WV

FMRS Health Systems, Inc. located in Beckley, WV has an opening in Raleigh County for a PEER RECOVERY COACH. This person will be primarily responsible for assisting individuals in establishing and maintaining recovery from addiction and mental illness.

Duties and responsibilities include:

Assisting in the development of an individual recovery action plan.

Facilitating peer support groups.

Assisting in navigating community resources.

Educating and supporting individuals in relapse prevention.


High school diploma or GED.

Minimum of two years demonstrated personal recovery experience.

Strong interpersonal skills.

Knowledge of community resources.

Must Possess Valid WV Driverâ s License

Access to a Reliable Vehicle

Applicant must be able to clear all Background Checks

Current Board for Addiction and Prevention Professional Peer Recovery Coach Certification or willingness to complete certification within a one year time frame.

Excellent Benefit Package Includes:

Competitive Salary
Health Insurance

Disability/Life/AD&D Insurance
Vacation & Sick Leave

401K Pension Plan

Send resume to: or HR Department, FMRS Health Systems, Inc., 101 S. Eisenhower Drive, Beckley, WV 25801. Applications will also be accepted in person Monday through Friday from 10am - 2pm.


Waiting Period Following a Failed Exam

 IC&RC currently has a minimum 60-day waiting period following a failed exam. However, as of May 1, 2017, IC&RC will be moving to a 90-day waiting period.

Why do we have a waiting period? Waiting periods help protect the security of our examinations by prohibiting candidates from taking back-to-back examinations that may result in memorization of examination questions.


Updated IC&RC ADC Canidate Guide 2/1/17


On February 1, 2017 IC&RC removed the long case study from its ADC examination. The long case study was replaced with smaller vignettes approximately 1-2 paragraphs in length with 3-5 associated questions. 

See the link below for the updated IC & RC ADC Candidate Guide