Program Coordinator

The TAD (Treatment Alternatives and Diversion) & Youth Programs Coordinator serves the needs of youth and adults being diverted from traditional legal proceedings and assists them in addressing the circumstances that have led to their referral. The Coordinator will work with these participants to ensure that ordered conditions and legal responsibilities are met via case planning, accountability, and behavior change response through appropriate cognitive behavioral interventions during office sessions. The TAD Coordinator will engage clients in educational and behavior change strategies through substance use prevention and intervention programming. The Coordinator is also responsible for facilitating service referrals that can assist the client in meeting their individual goals. Clients often experience mental health and/or substance use disorders and require a Coordinator who is both empathetic and compassionate. The Coordinator works closely with the Program Director and should have knowledge of the criminal justice system and act as a neutral party between program participants and their referral sources.

The Coordinator is responsible for providing an appropriate level of supervision and accountability to aid participants in reaching successful program outcomes. This position will utilize evidence-based approaches to determine barriers, identify interventions, and will refer individuals to appropriate resources, including substance use and mental health services as needed. The Coordinator will also maintain consistent communication with stakeholders regarding participant progress by creating and submitting detailed compliance reports.


  • Knowledge of evidence-based practices with justice-involved populations
  • Ability to communicate professionally and accurately, both orally and written
  • Demonstrated ability to work well with individuals from diverse economic, racial, and ethnic backgrounds
  • Effective interpersonal skills in bringing people together to solve problems
  • Strong organizational skills and willingness to be flexible
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (including Outlook, Word, and Excel)


  • Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, Social Work, Psychology, or related human services field
  • Applied knowledge of and interest in addressing factors leading to substance use disorders
  • Working knowledge of community mental health and AODA treatment resources
  • Minimum of one year of experience providing case management/community supervision services
  • Pass a pre-employment background check
  • Valid driver’s license and automobile with insurance
  • Ascribe to and champion The Difference Principles
Until filled
Sirona Recovery
Diversion & Youth
Grafton, WI
Full-time, salary w/benefits; Monday-Friday 830a-5p