Chestnut Health Systems


Location US-IL-Maryville
Job ID
# Positions
Regular Full-Time
Substance Abuse


Chestnut Health Systems is a leading provider of behavioral and primary health care services. Over four decades, Chestnut has grown to over 700 committed, compassionate employees providing substance use, mental health and primary care treatment to patients in Central and Southern Illinois. We provide fully integrated care for all of our patients by combining behavioral health care services with our community-based primary care health centers. Chestnut also conducts research and training throughout the U.S.A.


Chestnut Health Systems is seeking a full-time Clinician to work with adolescent females in our residential substance abuse treatment program at our Maryville, IL location, servicing the Metro East and St. Louis, MO areas.


  • Assessment and treatment planning.
  • Individual, group and family counseling.
  • Documenting activities and record keeping.


  • Master’s degree in a helping profession Preferred.
  • Must be licensed or certified as a substance abuse professional within two (2) years' of hire date.
  • Experience in working with adolescent substance abuse (alcohol and other drugs) is also preferred.
  • Must display an interest in and ability to work with youth effectively.
  • Good oral and written communication skills required.
  • Proficiency with MS Word and Excel a plus.
  • Prefer individual to have a valid driver’s license, private automobile insurance, and be insurable.
  • Satisfactory completion of Chestnut’s background checking process.

This full-time position includes an excellent compensation and benefits package including health, dental, life, and disability insurance, a retirement savings plan with company match, generous paid time off benefits, and more.


For immediate consideration, please see us at


Chestnut welcomes applications from qualified individuals with recovery experience.


EOE – Minorities/Females/Vets/Disabled


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