The Navigation Housing Engagement Clinician provides case management for the residents of ten Permanent Supported Housing units, residents who have been identified and assessed to be most at risk for chronic homelessness. This role also provides emotional support and care management to residents living in multiple Jefferson Center owned apartment buildings, which includes tasks such as: community-based intakes; resource counseling; psych-social education; mediation; outreach and engagement; and brief therapy. This position works closely with Housing Specialists and Facilities staff, to identify and overcome barriers which complicate a resident’s ability to remain housed, and is a member of our clinical Mostly Medication Caseloads team.
Documents all contacts according to Jefferson Center and Navigation Program standards while meeting productivity standards as identified by the Program Director.
Employees are held accountable for all duties of this job. This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the job.
Masters level clinician requied with at least two years of related mental health experience. Licensure preferred. Experience in short term or brief therapy treatment approaches, including motivation interviewing and harm reduction models. Good communication and organizational skills. Computer skills such as proficiency utilizing email and data entry into an electronic medical records system. Knowledge of Fair Housing a plus; bi-lingual Spanish-English helpful, but not required.