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12&12, Inc. Main Location and Detox Facility

6333 E. Skelly Dr.
Tulsa, OK, 74135

918-663-0203 (fax)

Bryce House

1214 S. Baltimore Ave.
Tulsa, OK, 74119


918-663-0203 (fax)

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Current Openings as of March 19, 2019.

Chemical Dependency Techs

Various Shifts for Full-time and Part-time.  At least one year (1) year of experience in counseling or working with alcoholics/addicts in a recognized treatment, or counseling program; or a combination of education and experience.  Two (2) years employment in the drug and alcohol field preferred.  Knowledge of the problems of alcoholism/addiction, co-occurring disorders and their effect on the individual and their family.  Duties include but not limited to, Following confidentiality guidelines as provided by 12&12 Inc.’s policy and contained in the legal provisions of 42 CFR part 2.  Conduct self in a professional manner in personal appearance and in the qualities presented to clients, public and co-workers.  Assist and conduct intake, admission and discharge procedures.  Maintain unit security and assist in basic crisis intervention.  Orientate new clients to unit and to guidelines of the facility.  Perform timely room checks and hourly bed checks through night.  Maintain and document proper paperwork on assigned unit.  Must have basic computer skills.  A valid Oklahoma driver’s license is required.  Must be able to negotiate stairs and lift up to 50 pounds.

To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to


$11.00 hour

PRN RN Nurses

PRN RN positions available.  As RN the position requires completion of a two year nursing program and current licensure as an RN in the state of Oklahoma.  As an LPN the position requires completion of twelve months LPN program and current licensure as an LPN in the state of Oklahoma.  Previous experience in a chemical dependency setting is preferred.  Responsibilities include but not limited to obtains medical assessment from the client;  Assess client appropriateness using verbal history of drug and alcohol use, medical history, current vital signs and symptoms client presents;  Monitors clients’ medical condition and response to detox protocol through vital signs and client’s physical condition and medicates as necessary;  Documents in client records any information pertinent to client care, i.e., PRN medications given and client’s response.  Assists in client referral with case manager and/or intake to appropriate level of care upon completion of detox program;  Responds to medical emergencies and provides first aide within the building as needed.


Knowledge of professional nursing practice care techniques and medical procedures; medical supplies sanitation and personal hygiene; and of nutrition and diet therapy.  Skill in planning, organizing and applying nursing care techniques in an alcohol and drug setting.  Able to follow oral and written instructions.  Computer literate.


Salary based on experience.


To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to

Out Patient Contract Counselors

Contract Counselor positions available.  Reports to Out Patient Supervisor.  Master’s level degree in behavioral health related field.  LADC, LPC or LCSW Licensed.  Two years’ experience in drug and alcohol counseling.  Responsibilities include completes and/or reviews client screening and assessment data (ASI, MAST, DAST, Suicidality Questionnaire, Trauma Screening, etc.), defines problem areas and determines treatment needs with involvement of client and multi-disciplinary team.  Completes ASI assessment on commercial insurance clients prior to admission.  Responsible for formulating treatment plans with involvement of client and multi-disciplinary team according to state and federal regulations.  Consults with other staff members in reviewing client progress.  Develops long term recovery plan for each client.  Writes discharge summary and coordinates all necessary and appropriate referrals with the multi-disciplinary team.  Determine appropriate level of care through face to face meeting utilizing ASAM criteria and personal interview.  Prepares documentation regarding assessment and/or progress in treatment.  Verify payor source requirements for all new clients before they enter the Out Patient program.  Completes daily ODASLs and all necessary paperwork involved, and enters clients on the state waiting list.


Knowledge of the cultural sensitivity; of the dynamics of alcohol related problems and their impact upon patients and their families; of the social factors involved in alcoholism; of the principles and techniques of rehabilitation counseling and their application to individuals possessing chemical dependencies and co-occurring disorder.


Skilled in interviewing, conducting individual and group counseling, documentation, establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with others, effective oral and written communication, following oral and written instructions and public speaking.  Organized and detail oriented.  Computer literate.

To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to

Admissions Counselor

Full Time Counselor position with Inner Solutions. Weekdays Monday thru Friday (or as needed).  Reports to Program Lead.  Master’s degree in behavioral health or addiction-specific required.  Licensure or under supervision for license LBHP required.  ASAM training required.  ASI certified required.  A minimum of two years’ experience in Chemical Dependency treatment field is essential. Dual diagnosis treatment experience is beneficial.


Knowledge of cultural sensitivity; the principles and techniques of psychiatric counseling and addiction counseling; issues specific to the dually diagnosed and the effects of psychotropic medications; community mental health resources; social, economic, and health problems related to the dually diagnosed; the dynamics of co-occurring disorders.


Job duties include Screens/assesses, determines ASAM PPC for prospective admissions; Conducts pre-certifications for admitting patients with Commercial Insurance; Consults with partnering referral agencies to ensure integrity of referral and collateral information; Initiates and nurtures relationships with prospective admissions, their family members and completes and/or reviews client screening and assessment data (MAST, DAST, Suicidality Questionnaire, Trauma Screening, if indicated, etc.); Determine appropriate level of care through face to face meeting utilizing best-practices screenings/ASAM criteria and personal interview; Acquires needed consents for treatment and involvement/communication with family members and other significant parties (EQAPs, employers, etc.); Schedules qualifying patients for admission and communicates to key staff; Assists referral sources in accessing services for their patients.


Responsible for establishing and maintaining therapeutic relationships with patients from first contact; Responsible for initial documentation needed to facilitate and communicate/coordinate admission; Makes referrals to other agencies as appropriate when admission not a good fit; Works with prospective patients and their families/referent (EAP, employer, etc.) to create admissions; Assesses admission candidates to determine level of care need; As a fill-in may provide psycho-educational, individual, family and/or group counseling, as needed; Participates in treatment team meetings with multi-disciplinary treatment team; Participates in quality improvement monitoring/peer reviews; Participates in “on-call” rotation as requested; Fills in for other licensed counselors as needed; Assists in orienting and training of new staff.


Skilled in the techniques of interviewing and counseling; and interfacing with chemically dependent persons to elicit their confidence, respect and responsible behavior.  Attends seminars and conferences to obtain current education/CEUs regarding substance use and co-occurring disorders and treatment.  Maintains good standing with Licensure and licensure board(s).  Possess good record keeping and telephone skills.  Organized and detail orientated.  Computer literate.  A valid driver’s license is required.


Salary based on experience.


To apply for the position, please send your resume and cover letter

Case Manager II

Full time position, Monday – Friday.  Reports to Bryce House Co-Coordinator.  Case Management II certification required.  Previous work experience in a substance abuse setting.  Responsibilities include refers, links, and advocates to meet clients’ needs and rights; Conducts client referrals and follow-up as appropriate; Documents in client record follow up appointments from outside agencies; Conducts didactic presentations and facilitates groups for clients when scheduled or assigned; Meets with treatment teams as scheduled to review progress and status of clients; Works closely with counselor/nurse on identified needs, makes referrals , arranges transportation, and provides follow-up to assure identified needs are met; Works with clients to assure appropriate plans are in place in preparation for discharge, including but not limited to linking clients to appointments/facilities for continued treatment after discharge; Provides EAPs, Probation and Parole Officers, managed care, etc. Work and coordinate with outside agencies.

Knowledge of recovery programs and the disease concept of chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders, confidentiality laws, and community resources. Ability to recognize signs and symptoms of withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs; communicate with clients as well as co-workers;  document clearly in the client record;  appropriately and accurately assess client needs;  provide crisis intervention and maintain control;   work and coordinate with outside agencies.

Demonstrates effective oral and written communication skills with clients as well as co-workers.  Organized and detail oriented.  Computer literate.

To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to

Internships and Volunteers

12&12, Inc. believes in the inherent good of volunteerism and the widespread benefit of providing internship and practicum opportunities for aspiring medical, addiction and co-occurring treatment students/professionals. We welcome the opportunity to help you grow in the direction of your calling to help heal AOD addicts and families touched by the disease of AOD addiction.

To volunteer or apply for one of our LIMITED Internship or Practicum openings, use our employment application process to communicate your interest. For Internship and Practicum submissions, please provide an official transcript.

For more information, please contact human resources.