Promotes and restores participants’ health and maintains and promotes wellness with participants by completing the nursing process; collaborating with multidisciplinary team members; providing physical and psychological support to participants as part of a holistic approach to wellness and recovery.PSA Behavioral Health Agency has determined this is a safety sensitive position. Because this is a safety sensitive position and in accordance with its drug testing policy, PSA reserves the right to exclude or remove a person from this position if PSA believes in good faith that the employee's current use of any drug, legal, prescribed by a physician or otherwise if the drug could cause an impairment or otherwise decrease or lessen the employee's job performance or ability to perform the job duties. Employees are obligated to inform PSA of any current drug use that could impair or otherwise decrease or lessen the employee's job performance or ability to perform the job duties.
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