Correctional Treatment Specialist Jobs in Fort Worth, TX

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Bureau of Prisons - Grand Prairie, TX (19 miles from Fort Worth, TX)
Correctional Treatment Specialist (Drug Abuse Treatment Specialist) Department of Justice Justice, Bureau of Prisons/Federal Prison System Overview Locations Duties Requirements Required Documents Benefits...
12 days ago
Federal Bureau of Prisons - Grand Prairie, TX (19 miles from Fort Worth, TX)
., developing treatment plans, conducting individual and group therapy) individuals with mental health and/or substance use disorders....
20 days ago

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