Career Opportunities

Addiction Recovery Resources, Inc. changes lives. We are a passionate, highly motivated group of people who are committed to giving back to those who are in need of help with drug or alcohol addiction. We work toward this by providing the best treatment available. Whether a patient is in detox, residential treatment, intensive outpatient, or continuing care, they know that our team is supporting them and their recovery through this difficult time. We look for people who, like us, dream of truly making a difference every day.

The people we are looking for to join our team are compassionate, competent, and ready to give their best effort. Men and women who are in a rehab program are facing major challenges and it is our team’s job to be able to provide unconditional positive regard, support, guidance and education so that they have all possible tools at their disposal. We can’t get sober for our patients, but we can empower them as much as possible to do the work required in order to get sober, and stay sober.

Often people who themselves are in active recovery find that as they progress and learn about the disease of addiction, and become academically credentialed to do so, they want to help others with addiction. Personal recovery is a plus in our employee/associate selection process.

Our programs are disease model, physician directed, multidisciplinary and embrace 12-Step philosophy. We use evidence-based therapy and follow ASAM criteria for patient placement and length of stay in our programs.

You can be part of recovery for many by pursuing a career with us. Addiction Recovery Resources, Inc. provides you the tools and support to make a difference,as each member of our team plays an important role in providing a successful experience for our patients.

For more information on how to join our team and begin making a difference, please fax or email your resume to 504-779-8297, careers@arrno.com or call our Human Resources Department at 1.866.399.4673 and learn what career opportunities are available.

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