Contact: Trina Lambert
610 Campus Drive • Abingdon, VA 24210
276.525.1550, ext. #5315
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: ABINGDON, VA (July 12, 2022) – Highlands Community Services (HCS) is expanding its Crisis Services Department into a newly renovated facility and are seeking qualified candidates to fill positions of all levels that will provide new services for the community.
The new services will include a 12-bed residential crisis stabilization unit and a 23-hour observation program focused on those experiencing psychiatric or substance use crises, including detox.
Mental health nurse practitioners, clinicians, qualified mental health professionals, registered nurses and residential technicians are highly sought. Full-time and PRN opportunities are available.
HCS offers a competitive salary, health insurance benefits – including dental and vision – generous retirement and Paid Time Off contributions.
HCS will conduct on-site and virtual interviews to qualified candidates from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. on the day of the event, Thursday, July 21, at 414 Ivy Street in Abingdon, VA. Potential candidates will also have an opportunity to tour the newly renovated facility during the interview process.
Come grow with us and join us for this exciting event! Be sure to bring your resume with you or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org before the event.
Check out our printable flyer, or our website, for a listing of all Crisis positions and more!
Highlands Community Services is a multi-faceted Virginia Community Service Board providing mental health, substance use, and developmental services to the residents of Washington County and the City of Bristol, Virginia. Serving thousands of individuals each year, their goal is to provide a full continuum of care and to increase access to innovative mental health services by “improving lives and discovering possibilities” along the way. To learn more, please call 276.525.1550 or visit www.highlandscsb.org.