Join Our Team

Every day, staff and volunteers at Community Recovery Resources make a meaningful difference in lives of children and adults.  With our unique approach to holistic recovery and wellness, there’s nowhere quite like CoRR.

CoRR is saving and changing lives through compassionate, professional, integrated programs and services that address the root of substance use disorders. We create a place for where people find recovery and connect to their meaning and purpose, and regain lives of direction, contribution, health and joy. Our mission demands that we invest in recruiting, developing and managing a team that can work together to create change and health for individuals, families and communities. Our core values of integrity, professionalism, compassion, and commitment to communities we serve are the foundation of our organization and are infused in all aspects of our work, including recruiting and retaining the best talent we can.

Check out our current job openings and volunteer opportunities below! For more information about these positions, please contact hrinfo@corr.us or (530) 878-5166.

Child Development Specialist (Auburn/Grass Valley)

We are seeking experienced part time Child Development staff experienced in providing child development/child care services to the children of our clients. Completion of 12 ECE units desired. Salary and benefits DOE. Must pass DOJ background check and clean drug screen to be considered for employment.

Email resume to hrinfo@corr.us or fax to 916-797-8979.

Residential Attendant

We are seeking full time/part time/on-call Residential Support Staff experienced in providing counselor/client support services and care coordination. Varied shifts available 7 days per week, salary and benefits DOE. Must pass DOJ background and clean drug screen to be considered for employment. *kitchen and/or maintenance experience a plus*

Email resume to hrinfo@corr.us or fax to 916-797-8979.

Staff Nurse (Grass Valley Campus)

We are seeking a Staff Nurse to assist in the care of clients in various stages of recovery from chemical dependency. Varied shifts available.

Position summary:

Provides nursing care to chemically dependent patients in the residential programs by performing routine and special procedures, observing patient conditions, maintaining a clean and safe environment and other related duties under the supervision of a registered nurse or nurse manager. Assists the registered nurse in providing nursing care in more complex situations.

Position Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Performs daily nursing observation of patient’s physical problems and status.

2. Assists with assessments of new residents and reports to Medical Director.

3. May obtain random urine and and other specimens ordered by the Medical Director.

4. Monitors each patient’s detoxification (i.e., vital signs, medications, signs and symptoms of withdrawal) and reports findings to Medical Director as needed. Administers medication as prescribed, evaluates medication effects as described within standards.

5. Assists with orientation of patient to facility layout and routine.

6. Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care to adult patients, having the ability to assess data reflective of such patients’ status, identifying each patient’s requirements relative to his/her age-specific needs, and applying the principles of growth and development of such patients.

Education, Training and Experience Requirements:

Graduate of an accredited program for licensed vocational nurses. One year of acute care experience. Recent chemical dependency experience preferred.

Certification/Licensure/Registration Requirements:

Current California Vocational Nurse License. Current CPR/First Aid

Please email your cover letter and resume with your experience and personal qualifications for this position to hrinfo@corr.us or fax to 916-797-8979.

Counselors (Grass Valley/Auburn)

We are seeking exceptional Certified Counselors for both locations (F/T & P/T).

Counselors should be experienced in providing an array of recovery focused services. Competencies include but are not limited to case management and care coordination to our clients. Ability to work with multiple disciplines, therapists and medical staff is a necessity. Hours/Shifts vary.

CCAPP licensed or certified counselors preferred. Bilingual is a plus but not required for this position. Must pass DOJ background and clean drug screen to be considered for employment.

Email resume to hrinfo@corr.us or fax to 916-797-8979.


We are seeking a creative, enthusiastic and passionate Therapist/Clinician for a clinical services position. This position will require a strong background with Adolescents dealing with substance use and mental health issues as well as strength in Program Management.

Master’s Degree in Social Work or Master’s degree in a related human service field
Licensed (LCSW or LMFT) preferred
Certified Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Program Counselor Preferred
Effective leadership and project management skills

Experience in treatment of drug use, mental health , special needs and family dynamics
Knowledge of local community resources.
Knowledge of Medi-Cal (EPSDT) billing and procedures (preferred)
Knowledge of community-based services principles and Recovery principles
Strong practical and theoretical foundation in evidence-based and best practices such as motivational Interviewing (MI), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Experience in services planning, risk assessment, and crisis intervention
Ability to work collaboratively and effectively within a team and community resource agencies
Verbal and written ability to communicate effectively with clients, colleagues, community partners, and all levels of management

Develop individualized care plans and monitor implementation of treatment goals.
Facilitate youth groups.
Ability to multi-task and prioritize projects and assignments effectively
Proficiency in computer technology
Willingness to work non-traditional hours as the job necessitates
Cultural competence to work with diverse populations
Possess a valid California driver’s license, provide proof of adequate vehicle insurance
Must submit to and pass health screen, TB test, criminal record and child abuse index clearances

Email resume to hrinfo@corr.us or fax to 916-797-8979.