Employment Opportunities


Please check the following career pages for CHW and CHW/CRS opportunities

ASPIN Members

Centerstone of Indiana, Inc.

Centerstone of Indiana, Inc. Career Page

Hamilton Center, Inc.

Hamilton Center Career Page

Four County Counseling Center

Four County Counseling Center Career Page

Otis R. Bowen Center for Human Services, Inc.

Otis R. Bowen Center for Human Services, Inc. Career Page

Park Center

Park Center Career Page

Wabash Valley Alliance, Inc.

Wabash Valley Alliance, Inc. Career Page

YWCA North Central Indiana

YWCA North Central Indiana Career Page


Additional Employment Resources

 Adult & Child Health

 Adult & Child Health Career Page

Aspire Indiana Behavioral Health Services

Aspire Indiana Behavioral Health Services Career Page

Cummins Behavioral Health Systems, Inc.

Cummins Behavioral Health Systems, Inc. Career Page

Community Health Network- Behavioral Health Services

Community Health Network Career Page

Midtown Community Mental Health Center

Midtown Community Mental Health Center Career Page


Oaklawn Career Page

Regional Mental Health Center

Regional Mental Health Center Career Page

Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.

Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. Career Page


Celebrate Freedom - Indianapolis, IN

Celebrate Freedom in the Lawrence area is looking for a live-in Certified Recovery Specialist with a background in addiction recovery.  Please note this is a volunteer position, however, you will have your rent and utilities paid completely while residing here.  The CRS will give us approximately 7 hours service per week, according to your own schedule.

Celebrate Freedom is a Christian-based addiction-recovery home for men only (though a female house is in the planning stages).  Although we are Christian-based, we are also evidence-based. We believe in the medical model of addiction, and we incorporate counseling, weekly relapse-prevention classes, as well as a requirement for attending Twelve Step groups. Although we don't require that our employees or volunteers go to church, you must at least be accepting of the faith-based approach we take.

The CRS will do rounds once a day helping residents set goals for themselves and then checking a calendar that they maintain to make sure that they are following through on those goals.  The CRS finds out each man's individual needs and helps him to locate resources to meet those needs.  The CRS is also our primary contact with the counseling clinic that provides us services. He / she will keep track of who needs to get in to see the counselor and makes sure they have transportation and that they follow through on this appointment.

Interested persons may email Rich Brown, program director, at