Clinical Case Manager - Outreach
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Post Date: May 18, 2021
Job Type: Full Time
Start Date: - n/a -
Salary: Gross earning $26.92-$32.72/hr
Location: US - California - San Jose
Job Reference: JR 1832
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As part of the Outreach team, the Clinical Case Manager helps clients break the cycle of homelessness by providing individualized and comprehensive support throughout their transition from street to housing. Responsibilities of the Clinical Case Manager include:

Performing persistent and frequent outreach in all areas covered by the contract where those experiencing homeless reside and congregate and responding to community requests for street outreach intervention

Coordinating intake and needs assessments for all clients and completing biopsychosocial assessments that drive the intervention and supportive services

Utilizing assessment results to collaborate with clients to develop individualized service plans (ISP) that address barriers to obtaining housing and services

Providing on-going case management support to support ISP goals including advocacy, assistance with procuring documentation and services such as identification or disability income, and transportation in the company vehicle to appointments

Providing behavioral health interventions designed to mitigate harmful impacts of mental health symptoms and/or functional barriers

Maintaining expertise of pertinent community services and resources to effectively provide information, referrals, linkages, and advocacy that assist clients in obtaining permanent housing

Identifying appropriate permanent housing options for clients based on their needs, providing assistance with housing location and application and advocating for clients with prospective landlords

Developing relationships within the community, including local businesses, landlords, and other service providers, to identify new and existing opportunities and build relationships to better assist clients in accessing resources, employment services and housing

Hold a Master’s Degree in human services field; MSW or MFT strongly preferred