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Be the Change That Changes Lives!
Every eight minutes, someone in America dies from an unintentional drug overdose. Alcohol and drug use continue to rise.
"Employment of substance abuse, behavioral disorder,
- Bureau of Labor Statistics
That's Where You Come In
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is looking for caring and dedicated individuals to become substance use disorder treatment counselors and clinicians in one of over 200 partner organizations throughout Los Angeles.
Individuals who pursue this profession learn the latest approaches in treating substance use disorders, also known as addiction, and build valuable skills used to work effectively in teams across different disciplines. Training is the first step toward a promising career in this healthcare field.
This is your opportunity to make a positive impact on individuals, families, and the entire community! Join the dynamic, growing, and rewarding field of substance use disorder treatment.
Learn How You Can Make a Difference
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If you or someone you know has a substance use disorder, also known as addiction, we can help.