The Salvation Army - Central Territory

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Substance Abuse LPN - Part Time

Substance Abuse LPN - Part Time

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US-MI-Grand Rapids
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Regular Part-Time

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Mission Statement

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

WMNI Vision Statement

We envision an army, united in its dedication to boldly follow where God leads, maximizing every opportunity to reach out in love with the life changing of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.


The Registered and Practical Nurse is responsible for overall medical department functions, including person served evaluation and assessment necessary for coordination of medical/psycho/social treatment plan, medication assessment and administration, vital signs and medical management of co-occurring disorders.



Key Responsibilities:

Monitor and maintain all aspects of persons served medical needs

Maintain internal and external agency relationships

Ensure that all documentation is accurate, complete, and informative regarding the person served care.

If “as needed” (on-call) status meet all “as needed” (on-call) position requirements to remain eligible for work


Education:  Degree of nursing and a valid state registered nurse license to practice within profession is required.


Experience:  Two years of experience in a substance abuse treatment facility desired.


Skills:   CPR certificate required. Must have sensitivity to special circumstances of substance abuse treatment setting.  Ability to interact with staff and individuals of diverse populations required.  Ability to articulate and actively support the mission of the organization to various audiences.  Demonstrated ability and willingness to be flexible and change based on resident demand and/or accreditation regulations.  A recovering individual must have at least 5 years sobriety with current evidence of social and emotional stability.


General:  ompliance with criminal background investigation protocol.