Intensive Case Management - Toronto

Company: Homes First
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Location: Toronto, Canadá
JOB DESCRIPTION
Requirements:
Hours of Work:
5 days per week, flexible schedule needed with one evening per week (full time permanent position)
- Post- Econdary degree in Social Work or diploma in Social Service Work.
- Minimum of 1- 2 years case management experience or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience
- Demonstrated understanding of the psychology of addiction, issues underlying addiction, trauma and mental health issues
- Experienced in case management, group facilitation and teaching adults
- Proven interviewing and counselling skills
- Demonstrated knowledge of Housing First, Harm Reduction, Strength- Ased and Anti- Oppressive practices
- Exceptional communication skills written, verbal, and interpersonal
- Excellent organization and time management skills
- able to work independently and in inter- Dependent teams, with minimum supervision in a busy and flexible environment
- Mobile and comfortable delivering care in clients homes
- Able to trouble- Hoot and resolve issues as they arise
- Proficient in Microsoft Word and Outlook
- Certificates in First Aid, CPR, Crisis Prevention, Motivational Interviewing, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, and Intervention and Cultural- Sensitivity Training an asset
- Experience working in a supportive housing setting an asset
- Ability to work evenings
Responsibilities:
- Support clients to stabilize into their housing by going into clients communities and units.
- Implement a Case Management intervention with clients who have recently been homeless and have acquired housing.
- Provide Case Management in the community.
- Use existing assessment tools provided by the City for client case planning
- Complete case notes, and support clients towards meeting their recovery goals.
- Provide responsive, client- Centered Follow- Up Support Services to help clients
stabilize their housing and connect to community- Ased supports and services
- Support clients to become rehoused who are in the community when their tenancy is no longer viable.
- Complete and regularly update an assessment of housing- Related support needs to provide referrals to a wide array of community- Ased supports, services and programs based on clients goals, needs and choices
- Provide wrap- Around case management supports and liaising/mediation with landlords to stabilize housing
- Support participants in the program to complete individualized case plans that focus on housing stabilization
- System navigation and referrals to a wide array of community- Ased supports, services and programs based on clients goals, needs and choices
- Submit data and reports to meet funder and program evaluation expectations
- Implement Housing First, Harm Reduction, Strength- Ased and Anti- Oppressive practices when working with clients to stabilize their housing
- Participate in joint meetings with program housing workers and clients to ensure a smooth transfer after clients have secured permanent housing
- Participate in weekly Client Meetings where client cases are presented and discussed as a team to support clients to stabilize.
- Maintain client records professionally and confidentially in accordance with Homes First standards
- Develop and monitor case management plans including crisis plans for each client
- Participate in staff training and orientation
Benefits:


Salary:




JOB TYPE
Work Day: Full Time
Employment type: Permanent Job
Salary: CAD 49,860.46 - 53,184.49 Yearly
Positions available: 1


JOB REQUIREMENTS
Minimal experience: Unspecified
Gender: Indistinct



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