About Us

Workers Assistance Program was built with the mission to create better workplaces, schools, and communities. In the 35 years since, we at WAP have strived to accomplish this goal through behavioral health, education, counseling, mentoring, and childhood nutrition. Innovation, experience, and a passion for service has allowed WAP to reach more people in need than ever before.

Our Programs

  • Alliance Work Partners

    Alliance Work Partners

    Outfitting the workplace with healthier, more productive employees and lowering healthcare costs by providing world-class employee assistance programs.

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  • Peer Assistance Leadership

    Peer Assistance Leadership

    Mentoring students through a program, adopted by the state, as an elective course to fight teen pregnancy, gang participation, and climbing dropout rates.

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  • Texas HIV Connection

    Texas HIV Connection

    Focusing at both the state and personal level on decreasing the spread of HIV by increasing education and participation in the act of prevention.

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  • Coordinated Training Services

    Coordinated Training Services

    Providing training statewide to expand the prevention infrastructure, guided by the latest in technology, research, and quality standard approaches.

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  • Youth Advocacy

    Youth Advocacy

    Empowering youth to communicate with respect, lead substance-free lives, and experience greater opportunities by focusing on the client’s strengths.

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  • Child Care Food Program

    Child Care Food Program

    Offering nutrition training and funding for food supplements to day care providers to assist in compliance with the USDA’s Child & Adult Care Food Program.

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Job Opportunities

HIV Trainer: HTS

HIV Trainer


Division:            Training Services

Department:      HIV Connection

Activity Leader:  HIV Connection Director

Classification:    Exempt/ Full-time/Salaried/Training Specialist



Bachelor’s degree from accredited college/university in areas of education, human services, counseling or related field plus two years professional experience in the field of substance abuse and/or HIV prevention. Experience may be substituted for education. Experience should include training other professionals and/or peers (not just client groups), preferably in areas of substance abuse and/or HIV prevention. Position also requires effective written and oral communication skills; ability to plan, organize, and deliver training and technical assistance services; ability to use independent judgment; ability to work as a team player; a working knowledge of curriculum development; and knowledge of both substance abuse and HIV issues. This position requires extensive overnight travel primarily within the state of Texas and a flexible schedule including a willingness to work weekends and evenings.



Under the general supervision of the HIV Training Director, will be responsible for the following:


Training: Provide professional training to personnel in substance abuse treatment, intervention and prevention programs and a variety of other substance abuse and social service settings. Will conduct training in areas including but not limited to: substance abuse and HIV prevention; HIV pre/post test decision making strategies; risk awareness, assessment and reduction strategies; health promotion counseling techniques; other communicable diseases and case management. Ability to adapt training delivery to fit the needs of the target audience; can deliver assigned training independently, if needed. Training responsibilities also include informational presentations; conference workshops

and special advanced training courses as required. Have ultimate responsibility for all details of training activity including contacts with sponsors; travel and training facility accommodations; preparing travel case, training material and equipment; and completing production work orders.


Resource Development: Assists with development or revision of training materials including but not limited to curricula, training outlines, handouts, pre/post tests, evaluation instruments and informational brochures. Recommends new program ideas, designs, and models that are age appropriate and culturally sensitive and meet the needs of special populations.


Technical Assistance (TA) and Support: Provide support to substance abuse programs or to any others seeking information about HIV and substance abuse. Modes of TA may include, but are not limited to, conducting site visits or needs assessments; providing course credits; providing responses to questions and concerns via phone, email, or fax; offering guidance or support by way of written resources; or providing referral resources. All requests for technical assistance will be responded to in a timely manner. (5%)


Administration: Attend regularly scheduled staff meetings or any community based process meetings or workshops assigned by the supervisor. Responsible for timely completion of Field Activity Reports, information requests, training documentation, training inventories, travel reimbursements, and evaluations. Maintain training calendar and respond to phone, email and written inquires in a timely manner. Assist with fund

raising planning and activities.


Misc: Meet or exceed contract or deliverable objectives; Responsible for personal

critical/quantified performance measures; Document all service activity in designated database, electronic calendar, and other appropriate work databases as assigned; Respond to customer request & complaints in a timely manner and document service provided; Consistently communicate with internal stakeholders per email protocol.


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Accounting Director: Workers Assistance Program, Inc.

Accounting Director


Division:  Operations/Administration

Department:              Accounting

Supervisor:  VP of Accounting

Classification:  Exempt/Full-time/Salaried



Bachelor’s degree in accounting is required along with experience in a lead accounting position.  Five years of overall combined accounting and finance experience is highly preferred. Additional work experience may be substituted for education. Experience with nonprofit organizations is a plus.  Must have understanding of general accounting principles and procedures.  Requires knowledge of financial statements and experience with general ledger functions and the month-end/year-end close process.  This position also requires handling multiple tasks simultaneously, ability to communicate effectively, manage department, administrative skills and supervise staff.  Experience is required in accounting Software, computer operations, and Excel (or similar) spreadsheet applications.



Under the general direction of the VP of Accounting, the Accounting Director will be responsible for the following areas:


•     Supervises and manages all accounting operations including billing, accounts receivable, accounts payable, general ledger, service inventory, and revenue recognition

•     Communicates effectively and provides leadership, direction and professional development of staff

•     Performs bank and general ledger reconciliations

•     Coordinates preparation of the operating budget, financial forecasts and report variances. Prepares and analyzes budgets for multiple grants and special projects.

•     Prepares and publishes accurate and timely monthly financial statements for grants programs. Monitors ongoing expenses to ensure compliance with funding agency guidelines and financial reporting requirements.

•     Oversees payroll processing and quarterly reports

•     Conducts/Coordinates annual audit of financial accounts

•     Researches accounting issues for compliance

•     Supports month-end and year-end close process

•     Ensures quality control over financial transactions and financial reporting

•     Manages and complies with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements and tax filings

•     Maintains and improves current business processes and accounting policies to strengthen internal controls

  • Maintains confidentiality and security of all accounts and records
  • Performs other duties as assigned


Misc: Meet or exceed contract or deliverable objectives; Responsible for personal critical/quantified performance measures; Document all service activity in designated database, electronic calendar, and other appropriate work databases as assigned; Respond to customer request & complaints in a timely manner and document service provided; Consistently communicate with internal stakeholders per email protocol.

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YA Part Time Case Manager: ICMS


Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in social work, psychology, or other behavioral/social science and two years experience working with high-risk youth and families and/or providing case management services. Bilingual in English/Spanish. Candidates should be flexible, client-oriented, and knowledgeable about Austin/Travis County communities.

Recognize the importance of social networks, family, and broader systems in working with clients.  Candidates must have the ability to work independently, prioritize work responsibilities, and have strong organization abilities. Candidates should have reliable transportation, auto insurance and ability/willingness to use personal vehicle in the performance of job duties. Must be proficient in using computer software.



Case Management

Conduct assessment and service coordination for assigned clients and families. 

Work with clients and families to identify goals, resources and needs and to develop service plan for each assigned case.  Conduct home, school and agency visits.

Provide information and referrals to clients, link clients to appropriate agencies and resources, provide client advocacy in a variety of settings, and monitor service provision. 

Appropriately assist clients with basic needs and provide advocacy when needed.

Provide direct services, which may include coaching, training, or other activities necessary for client engagement and positive outcomes.  Evaluate client participation and progress and conduct discharge planning.  Coordinate efforts with other service providers, schools, juvenile probation, and community agencies to help clients and families meet identified goals. Document client service activity and comply with all reporting requirements. 


Meet or exceed contract or deliverable objectives. Responsible for personal critical/quantified performance measures. Document all service activity in designated database, electronic calendar, and other appropriate work databases as assigned. Respond to customer request & complaints in a timely manner and document service provided. Provide timely response to customer requests. Consistently communicate with internal stakeholders per email protocol

This job specification should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards of the position. Employees may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth to address business needs and changing business practices, Perform other related duties as assigned.

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    Austin, Texas

    4115 Freidrich Ln., Suite 100
    Austin, Texas 78744

    2525 Wallingwood Dr., Bldg. 5
    Austin, Texas 78746

    1106 Lavaca St., Suite 103
    Austin, Texas 78711

    Moore, Oklahoma

    1927 N. Moore Ave.
    Moore, Oklahoma 73160


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    Toll Free 877-CTS-1533

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