The SORT Team social worker will collaborate with all members to provide therapy, harm reduction services, and care coordination for people who have experienced a non-fatal overdose.
OBIC Clinic (formerly known as the Office-based Buprenorphine Induction Clinic) provides treatment for individuals wanting to stop, cut back, or reduce the harms related to drug use. Founded in 2003, OBIC clinic was one of the first clinics in the country to provide office-based buprenorphine treatment. OBIC continues to provide buprenorphine treatment in addition to other evidence-based treatments for opioid, alcohol, and stimulant use. Our goal is to collaborate with patients to provide individualized care based on self-identified goals. For more information on OBIC Clinic, click here.
The SORT program is a partnership with the SF Department of Public Health and SF Fire Department to provide immediate care and ongoing outreach and engagement for people after a non-fatal overdose to reduce the harm of unhealthy substance use. See more information here.
- Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology/CSWE or a related field from an accredited university or school of Social Work and possession of the requirements necessary for application for licensure as a clinical social worker as determined by the California Board of Behavioral Science Examiners; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience; and knowledge and abilities essential to the successful performance of the duties assigned to the position
- Fluency in Spanish
- Experience working with parents of young children
- Experience working with clients with severe psychosocial stressors and acute and chronic traumas.
- Experience and knowledge about infant and early child growth and development, perinatal mental health, parent-child relationships, child health, and family systems.
- See job description for full list of required and preferred qualifications.