Clinical Housing Coordinator in Recovery Community Program

Location
Washington D.C.
Posted
Oct 10, 2018
Closes
Oct 31, 2018
Function
Administrative
Industry
Healthcare
Hours
Full Time

Position: Clinical Housing Coordinator- Recovery Community Program

Recovery Community Program: Starting with the belief that people grow, develop, and evolve into their unique selves in the presence of other people, the Recovery Community program is a Community Connections' supportive housing program that seeks to create intentional, safe, relationship-centered communities of residents. The Recovery Community clinical housing staff work with residents who live independently in a variety of building styles including shared houses or congregate apartments. In these communities and with the support of clinical housing staff, residents enhance healthy relationships, become active participants in a supportive community, and develop the ability to heal from the impacts of mental illness, trauma, substance abuse, homelessness, discrimination, and poverty.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in a related human service field.

Preferred Qualifications: Prior experience delivering case management services with adults who have serious mental illness, addictions, and trauma histories. Along with a passion for preventing homelessness and commitment in promoting community development, ideal candidates will also have demonstrated; aptitude for community-based crisis work, ability to utilize a range of clinical interventions including exceptional care coordination and teaming practices, reliability with balancing clinical and administrative documentation associated with service delivery.

Specific responsibilities include: The Clinical Housing Coordinator delivers individual services and facilitates groups with residents in the designated Recovery Communities (these are CC properties located throughout the city) and promotes cross-teaming, inter-agency efforts to assist residents with establishing and maintaining housing and income stability and enhance overall wellness.

Candidates must pass a background check, have a clean driving record as well as a reliable vehicle to transport consumers and navigate community work as most of the work is done in the community and may involve transporting consumers.

Please send resume and letter of interest to Rebecca Wolfson Berley, LICSW, Chief Human Resources Officer, at jobs@ccdc1.org.

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