As a Housing Stability Case Manager in a site-based Permanent Supportive Housing Program, you will provide housing stability and income-focused case management services to the families and individuals assigned to your case load. Services include providing resources to increase income; meeting regularly with clients, collaborating with Employment Specialist and families on completing resumes and job searches; and making referrals for appropriate services. You will have a direct impact in people’s lives. This is a full time position.
We are seeking someone who has a passion for underserved individuals in DC and value the impact that having can offer. As a Housing Stability Case Manager, you will provide housing stability and income-focused case management services to the families assigned to their case load including; providing resources to increase income; meeting regularly with clients, advocating for client housing needs, collaborating with Employment Specialist and families on completing resumes and job searches; and making referrals for appropriate services. You will have a direct impact in people’s lives. This is a full time position.
We are seeking someone that is interested in giving back to their community and are interested in gaining experience in the social services field. As a Resident Monitor, you will be essential staff ensuring the safety of the building, enforcing resident rules, serving as a part of the emergency response team, work during inclement weather and communicate with case managers to ensure that clients are receiving the case management services that they need. This is a relief/casual position to be scheduled as needed.
The Family Case Manager is responsible for providing advocacy and support services to the families participating in the Healthy Start initiative to promote maternal and child health, reduce toxic family stressors, and promote strong parent/child bonds. Activities will include recruitment, developing Family Support Plans, supporting families in achieving health and stability, coordinating appropriate referrals, and integrating the family with other community resources and agencies. This is a full-time position.
The Homelessness Prevention Case Manager provides time-limited case management for families that are most at risk of entering shelter system to help them maintain or reestablish housing stability in the community. Using strong interpersonal skills and discernment, the Case Manager is responsible for providing for the safety concerns of the families, homelessness risk assessment and mediation services. They also utilize their knowledge of community resources to provide families with connection to legal services, case coordination, and other supportive services in the community as need be. This is a full-time position.
The Assessment Coordinator is responsible for the supervision of the Assessment team, screening applicants for eligibility, and prioritization for rapid re-housing (RRH) and permanent supportive housing (PSH). The Assessment Team may also assess families presenting as homeless or precariously housed at one or more of the District’s family resource centers. This is a full-time position.
The Medical Assistant I is responsible for performing a variety of complex patient care and administrative activities to assist providers, patients and staff. This position also assists in the delivery of primary health care and patient care management and provides clinical training to other staff. This position is located at our Family Health and Birth Center. This is a full-time position.
We are seeking a Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist to provide high quality clinical care and support to our clients. As a psychotherapist, you will be responsible for providing screening, initial assessments, diagnostic formulation, treatment plan development, implementation, and individual and group psychotherapy. Community of Hope is employing an integrated approach to behavioral and primary health care. This is a full-time position.
The Licensed Practice Nurse is accountable for providing care to patients within the clinic. This position works closely with a multi-disciplinary team to provide services that will assist patients in maintaining optimal health. The Licensed Practice Nurse also assists in oversight of clinical training to ensure high quality performance of non-licensed staff. This is a full-time position.
The Call Center Coordinator is an integral part of the Community of Hope’s health services team. As the Call Center Coordinator, you will be the lead team member responsible for ensuring that patients receive exceptional service and follow-through when they contact medical services. You will facilitate communication with patients by answering phones, routing messages to appropriate staff for assistance, and scheduling appointments. Additionally, you will supervise a team of call center receptionists completing similar tasks. This is a full-time position.