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Welcome to Alcohol & Drug Services! We highly value our team of dedicated staff and we welcome new, friendly faces.
We are a workplace where our staff enjoys excellent benefits, including a generous amount of paid time-off for renewal, refreshment, and family time. In addition, staff has the ability to leave early, the day before each scheduled holiday.
Our cafeteria plan of health care options affords choices which meet staffs’ individual needs. We are geared towards wellness and healthy life styles. This includes working together to contain health care costs.
ADS staff love to celebrate and enjoy the professional time we share together by making each day a positive experience for staff and the individuals we serve.
Our casual dress policy is popular among staff. Throughout the year, our staff enjoys site-specific activities, as well as company-wide gatherings where we share information and enjoy fellowship through games, prizes, and lots of good food – whether catered, or prepared by some of the best cooks in the state – our own ADS staff!
ADS acknowledges the importance of training and assists staff when possible with in-house courses at no charge. Some of these trainings include: HIV/AIDS, Ethics, Confidentiality, Nonviolent Crisis Intervention, First Aid, CPR, Client Rights, Blood Borne Pathogens, and Cultural Competency. External training opportunities are also available to obtain and maintain professional, job-related credentials. Staff who earn certain credentials during their employment with us are also awarded a bonus!
How to apply for a position with ADS:
ADS job openings are listed on our web site and include the job order number for each specific position;
for example: Substance Abuse Counselor – Job Order Number: 010180882.
The job order number is created by The Division of Work Force Solutions (formerly: The Employment Security Commission). Please call and ask to speak to a placement representative, noting the Job Order Number listed on our web site.
Greensboro DES Office: (336) 334-5777
In order for DWS staff to screen and give referral information for ADS job openings, all applicants register on the DWS website at www.ncjobconnector.com.
The placement representative will ascertain that your skills, abilities, license and/or certification credentials match the requirements for each available position.
If you meet the specifications, job referrals to ADS are made by the Division of Work Force Solutions, which include your cover letter and resume’.
Alcohol & Drug Services will provide equal opportunity in employment of all employees and applicants for employment. The agency or its employees will not discriminate against employment because of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, or military status.
ADS is a great place to work. You will never become independently wealthy, but you will go home each day with a sense of accomplishment knowing that you have helped someone in need.
Excellent therapist and teacher.
It helps to be able to talk with someone.
I really enjoyed coming to class. It helped me a lot. Thank you.
I learned a lot about addiction and disease and how to not feel guilty about my past. I was able to stay clean and get the help I needed by coming to class and talking and listening.
IOP and Aftercare have really helped me in my addiction and to know what to do in the future. Thanks for giving me my life back.
Everyone at both clinics (East & West) are extremely wonderful and helpful. I feel like they’re family.
ADS saved my life and are some of the greatest people I’ve ever known.
I came here wanting help and ADS has provided more than expected. I thank them very much.
This program is a good place. Without it, I don’t know where I would be right now. Thank you guys!
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