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Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT)
Outreach Case Manager


As part of a multi-disciplinary treatment team, provide targeted outreach to youth and young adults experiencing or at risk of opioid use disorder(s).  Utilizing outreach and case management techniques, support clients in understanding and accessing appropriate treatment and health promotion resources.


  • Engage clients in various community settings including drop-in centers, shelters, encampments, and other sites.

  • Develop and implement strategies, along with multi-disciplinary team members, to provide outreach services to hard-to-reach youth and young adults currently using or at-risk for using opioids or other substances.

  • Utilize motivational interviewing, harm reduction, and rapport-building techniques to enhance client engagement in the program.

  • Utilize a wide variety of case management and outreach interventions to meet client’s needs and engagement them where they are at.

  • Provide supplies, resources, and basic health education to support client in making informed decisions about their substance use and treatment options.

  • Support clients in accessing appropriate treatment for substance use disorders, mental health concerns, and medical conditions.

  • Utilize recovery-focused and strength-based approaches to support client in improving access to treatment and reducing health risk factors.

  • Provide resources and community linkages to clients to remove barriers to accessing treatment.

  • Outreach to partner agencies, community organizations, and other stakeholders to provide psycho-education and program information regarding substance use disorders and medication assisted treatment.

  • Collaborate with counselors, therapists, doctors, supervisors, and other providers on the MAT team to provide timely care to clients and monitor safety concerns.

  • Maintain complete and timely documentation, including gathering data in accordance with agency policies and procedures.

  • Maintain appropriate personal and professional boundaries with clients, families, co-workers, and community partners.

  • Approach clients in a culturally relevant manner that reflects the agency and program philosophy and values.

  • Provide referrals and linkages to clients and system partners.

  • Assist clients in navigating systems to have their needs met.

  • Attend and participate in clinical consultation, staff meetings, and supervision appointments.

  • Implement Ryther’s trauma-informed care and social justice & equity models across all areas of work.

  • Follow all standard safety protocols and utilize all PPE as directed by supervisor.

  • Demonstrate a high degree of skill in communication and positive interaction with all Ryther employees, prospective employees, external agencies/companies, and the community at large.

  • Perform all other duties as assigned.


  • Commitment to the Purpose, Vision, and Values of the agency.

  • Accredited bachelor’s degree in behavioral science and two years relevant experience, preferably in social or vocational services with young people, or a master’s degree in mental health related field.

  • Be at least 21 years of age.

  • Acceptance of a variety of lifestyles, behaviors, cultural, and spiritual practices.

  • Ability to maintain awareness of culturally relevant issues while interaction with children, families, co-workers, and community members.

  • Valid Washington state driver's license and automobile liability insurance.

  • Access to reliable transportation and ability to meet clients throughout King County as needed.

  • Ability to work with a strengths-based model.

  • Ability to hand work environments that may be include high levels of stress and uncertainty.

  • Understanding of human development, child psychology, and basic understanding of psycho-pharmacology.

  • Awareness of the public mental health system.  Ability to work effectively with individuals with complex needs and multi-system involvement.

  • Knowledge of homeless youth services systems.  Comfortable working with clients experiencing homelessness.

  • Ability to operate as a member of an interdisciplinary treatment team.

  • Ability to exercise discretion and maintain client and employee confidentiality.

  • Excellent written/verbal communication and interpersonal skills.

  • Flexibility and ability to work a varied schedule including some evenings and weekends.

  • Effective computer skills, including but not limited to, Microsoft Office & Electronic Health Records.

  • The ability to address and resolve conflict in a professional manner.

  • Strong knowledge of and experience with crisis planning.  Confidence and skill in handling crisis situations safely and effectively essential.

  • Ability to make ethical, prudent, and informed decisions in complex situations with attention to safety of all involved, including staff, clients, and community members.

  • Ability to perform a range of physical motions including but not limited to:

    • lifting and carrying up to 50 lbs.,

    • standing, walking, sitting for long periods of time,

    • kneeling, squatting, and stooping,

    • running for brief periods of time

PAY: $50,000 - $59,700

Full and part-time employees at Ryther enjoy a variety of competitive benefits including: 

  • Comprehensive Medical and Dental Coverage (We pay your medical deductible!)

  • Multiple Retirement Plan Options (403b tax deferred)

  • Generous Paid Leave Program (3 weeks paid vacation, 10 accrued sick days, 5 personal days, and paid holidays)

  • Life Insurance Coverage

  • Professional development funds

  • Ryther is a recognized and accredited non-profit (501c3) which qualifies for the federal public student loan forgiveness program


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