Program Coordinator, Addictions (LCSW, LPC, or CSAC)

Requisition Number: 2018-2687

Type of Position: Full-Time

Location: Richmond, VA


Diamond Healthcare is currently recruiting for Program Coordinators for a new Addictions Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).  Please note that this particular position is located in Warsaw; however, there are also openings in Virginia Beach and Suffolk,Virginia.

This new position will need someone who is optimistic, outgoing and has a passion working in addictions.  This is not a desk job but will involve responsibilities both on and off-site such as actively going out to meet community leaders and service providers to introduce Diamond Healthcare and promote the IOP.   Group therapy and assessments are on-site.  Telework will also be available for some program work as well. Hours are 1:00 PM - 9:00 PM daily. No weekends or holidays. 

The Program Coordinator can be a Virginia licensed LCSW,  LPC or CSAC.

Major responsibilities:

  • Leading group therapy.
  • Patient assessments.
  • Community education and referral development with other sources.
  • Ensuring compliance with state and federal regulatory standards.
  • Establishing relationships with community leaders and service providers to promote and foster the positive reputation of the program.
  • Manage the day-to-day operations of the program.



  • Must possess a valid Virginia license as a LCSW or LPC or can be a CSAC (Certified Substance Abuse Counselor).
  • A minimum of two years' related work experience required.

Diamond Healthcare, a national leader in behavioral health, offers a competitive salary and benefits program.

Hospital/Program Description

Diamond Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is available to adults (18 years and older) who are experiencing primary substance use disorders, along with co-occurring psychiatric disorders, and are experiencing significant impairment in their daily functioning as a result of their substance use.

Treatment focuses on promoting healthy management of substance use disorders through abstinence and the Twelve-Step model accompanied by a range of therapeutic modalities leading to a reduction of impairment and leading to a healthy life.