Entry Case Manager Jobs Vacancy in Collaborative Solutions For Communities Washington
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This program addresses on an individual basis, the developmental, relational, and maternal needs of young mothers who are housed by the D.C. Department of Corrections (DOC) and are seeking to reconnect and be reunified with their children. The program facilitates a smooth transition from incarceration back into society; back into the lives of their family, and back into their roles as mother and caregiver. 40 young mothers who are incarcerated at Department of Correction’s facilities in DC will be served. Second Chance, a partner on the project, will assist in identifying participants for the program and address the growing need for supportive counseling for incarcerated women at the Correctional Treatment Facility. The intervention with the children is intended to break the cycle of incarceration and antisocial behavior in children as they develop.
- Home visits - Conducts home visits as determined by family’s level of risk and safety issues. Monitors level of family functioning and stability to ensure housing, clothing and food needs are adequate. Builds and maintains trust and rapport with families. Builds on strengths of the family to assist them in meeting their needs and responding appropriate to crises and stress. Assists the family in modifying behaviors and/or conditions.
- Case Management – Identifies and articulates critical issues confronting the family. Reviews intake summary/case plan in collaboration with direct supervisor and in peer case review to determine appropriate courses of action(s). Maintains documentation of interactions among family members during home visits. Assists family in applying for resources. Coordinates Family Group Conferences (FGC) as needed. Refers family for family meetings as appropriate.
- Resource and Referral – Investigate resources in the community to meet needs of clients. Maintains a current and up-to-date listing of all community-based programs, schools, civic associations, churches, and businesses to assist clients in obtaining food, clothing, housing, employment, furniture etc. Maintains working relationships with outside agencies to promote the work of CH/S FSC, to be aware of community issues that may affect clients, and to advocate for client services.
Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, sociology, counseling, or related service/science or health care related disciplines and one (1 year) of experience providing case management services.
A minimum of two (2) years’ experience with re-entry programs or provisions of social services. Knowledge of community resources. Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills.