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Job Title: WINGS - Doula
Employment Status: Full-Time
Location: Greeley, CO
Position #: 3069
Salary Range: $15.00/hr. - $19.47/hr.
The base compensation represents the entry point of the
salary range. Salary placements will vary and may be above the starting wage
based on factors including but not limited to location, experience, education,
and licensure. Salary placements generally occur between the starting wage and
the midpoint of the salary range.
Women struggling with addiction have limited options for
treatment and even fewer options if they are pregnant or have small children.
The Wings Program provides residential and intensive outpatient treatment for
pregnant women and their children aged birth to five. These comprehensive
services facilitate recovery from addiction and promote family self-sufficiency
and healthy lifestyle choices. Wings work closely with the North Range
Behavioral Health early childhood Family Connects programs and, continues treatment
including the children in a whole-family approach.
With a Customer First and Compassionate
approach, a Doula will:
- Provides emotional, physical, and educational
support to expecting mothers or those who have recently given birth and offer
encouragement, advice, and comfort to new mothers.
- Provide the mother with emotional, physical,
moral, and educational support, especially during times when the father and
other close relatives are unavailable.
- Listen to the concerns and questions of the
mother, in a kind, non-judgmental way and offer the best advice.
- Attend prenatal meetings to get to know the
mother and establish her birth preferences and other requirements
- Remain with the mother throughout labor and
provide physical and emotional support during and after childbirth. During
labor, may answer questions the clients have, as well as practice breathing,
relaxation, and massage techniques, when appropriate.
- Visit the home of the mother once she has been
discharged and assist with the care of the baby while the mother heals.
- Provide practical support and advice to the
mother after childbirth, like organizing the nursery, running errands, and
assisting with breastfeeding and meal preparation.
- Assist clients who may have difficulty feeding
their baby. Encourage bonding between the new baby, the mother, and other
- Make regular visits to the client during the
entire postpartum period, which can last up to six months, and provide help to
both the client and family as they adjust to having a new baby in the house.
This includes providing information to help the client make decisions about
childcare, as well as facilitating communication between the client and
caregivers when necessary.
- Keep up to date on childbirth support, birthing
techniques, and pre and postnatal care by conducting research, networking with
other Doulas and mothers, and attending workshops and lectures.
- Assis in whatever way possible to make the
transition into motherhood easier.
- Use personal experience to model the value of
every client's experience and to teach effective coping techniques and
self-help strategies that lead to recovery and/or resiliency. Offer clients
hope regarding recovery/resiliency, through appropriate self-disclosure, role
modeling, and coaching during the recovery process and/or development of
- Assist clients to identify barriers to
recovery/resiliency and individual warning signs; help cultivate positive
behaviors to prevent relapse, avoid future crisis involvement, and focus on
- As required by the program, document progress
reports, mentoring notes, letters, and phone calls; maintain electronic health
records in accordance with agency standards; confirm coding of services
rendered is ethically appropriate and results in successful billing.
- A valid Driver's License and driving record that
meets agency insurability as set forth by someone that must transport clients/program
participants as required by the program.
- A High School Diploma and/or ability to
successfully demonstrate reading, writing, and speaking skills, or an equivalent
combination of education and experience.
- Must have a personal experience of having been
impacted by mental illness, substance abuse issues, other co-occurring
challenges, or child and family issues.
- Must be 1-year free of drugs and/or alcohol and
demonstrate working in a recovery program.
- Successful competition of substance use disorder
treatment and must be 1 year since completion of such treatment.
- No current or recent legal involvement within
the past 2 years.
- Motivated to support others in the recovery
- Ability to take peer-to-peer training as
to Have, Monetary Incentives Available:
- Bilingual Spanish Speaking desired
Eligibility requirements, as required by the Colorado Department of Public
Health and Environment (CDPHE):
- Annual Flu Vaccine
- COVID-19 Vaccine
- Annual TB testing
This position may be eligible for the Loan Repayment
Program through our partnership with the Colorado Health Services Corps (CHSC),
National Health Service Corps (NHSC), or the National Health Service Corps Star
Program. Additionally, we provide a comprehensive compensation and benefits
- Collaborative and Compassionate team culture
- Competitive Compensation Structure
- Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision
Insurance, Basic Life and AD&D Insurance, Professional
Liability/Malpractice Insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts, Health Savings
- Excellent Paid Time Off (PTO) and Extended Leave
- Access to Employee Assistance Programs
- 403 (b) Retirement Plan with Employer
- Supervision and Group Supervision Hours
- Professional Development Tuition Assistance
- Employee Recognition Program
- Discounts at Participating Community and
North Range Behavioral Health is among the largest
employers in Weld County. Our team members are supported and encouraged, and we
strongly believe in the importance of a healthy work/life balance. We provide our
employees with cutting-edge tools, training, and thoughtful supervision in
professional development. We thrive on hearing from our employees and encourage
the sharing of ideas.
North Range Behavioral Health is an Equal Opportunity