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Housing Navigator - Clinical Case Manager

LA Family Housing

7817 Lankershim Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91605
United States

Job Description

The Housing Navigator III is responsible for providing assistance and support to homeless individuals and veterans in the following areas: field based housing focused case management, housing readiness, accessing housing assistance programs (e.g. Rapid Rehousing) and permanent housing placement. Duties include securing income documentation, creating a budget/savings plan, coordinating service referrals and crisis intervention. Coordination with Coordinated Entry System Navigation and Housing Stabilization team is required. Needed skillset includes maintenance of thorough and accurate records in the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) and Client Housing Access Monitoring Program System (CHAMPS). This housing navigator needs to be able to have good time management skills. The goal would be to assist in creating a Housing Stability Plan (HSP), administer assessment tool, and to streamline program participants to permanent housing and needed services. SPECIFIC DUTIES  Have added responsibilities than other housing navigators; may be asked to be the point person for outside agencies such as VA, SSVF, Rapid Rehousing, DHS- Housing for Health, Los Angeles Housing Services Authority (LAHSA), DMH – Department of Mental Health, or Homeless Section 8 (HACLA, HACoLA).  Assist Housing Manager in submitting reports, documentation and attending additional outside agency meetings for housing programs.  Must possess leadership abilities including ability to make decisions and ability to provide training, mentorship and coordination support to staff members in Housing Services Department. May be asked to work on special projects for the department and/or agency.  Develop and implement an individual housing plan for each participant to determine appropriate permanent housing intervention and service needs.  Navigate persons to permanent housing placement or programs that will assist with safe and stable housing.  Connect program participants to community resources that will support the goal of permanent housing acquisition (i.e. benefits advocacy, food pantries, employment services).  Facilitate access to services required to foster housing readiness (credit repair, legal aid, housekeeping, money management, tenant rights and responsibilities, etc.).  Ensure participants have the necessary items to secure housing (e.g. valid identification, income verification, bank statements). Assist in the development and encourage adherence to a personal budget.  Work with Navigators from other agencies in SPA 2 to provide regional team engagement services.  Assist participants with completing housing applications and securing housing of their choice. Transport participants to housing appointments, housing authority appointments and occasional visits to relevant social service agencies.  Prioritize caseload to work with people who are highest in need and provide participant with matching listings through the housing location team. Work is lower acuity participants to ensure they are locating housing and bringing housing leads to the navigator. Provide advocacy to help address issues and barriers between landlord and participant. LAFH Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Voluntary Life, 403B Retirement Plan, 529 Education Savings Plan, Long Term Disability, Employee Assistance Program, AFLAC Policies, AFLAC FSAs, Legal Policy, Employee Appreciation Program, Company Sponsored Employee Outings,9/80 Alternative Work Schedule, Paid Sick, Vacation and 11 Observed Holidays. Equal Employment Opportunity Statement: EEO: LAFH is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for applicants and employees. FAIR CHANCE INITIATIVE: LAFH is in compliance with the Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring and will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories. PHYSICAL ACCOMODATIONS: All candidates must be able to perform the physical demands of the position with or without reasonable accommodation. For a list of physical demands, please refer to the full job description.” To

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Housing Navigation Manager- Family CES

LA Family Housing

7817 Lankershim Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91605
United States

Job Description

The Housing Navigation Manager is responsible for the oversight, development, direction, training and supervision of the Housing team for Families. This position requires extensive coordination with multiple components within the LAFH Program Department (e.g. housing coordinators and case managers to ensure residents have current income and identification) and Property Management (e.g. when applying for LAFH properties) to facilitate optimum outcomes for families moving into permanent housing. Must be able to coordinate services with the housing team and provide guidance, direction, and support. Responsible for coordinating and gathering information needed for program reports. The position is responsible for staffing and staff management, budget management, contract compliance, provider relations, program effectiveness, evaluation and reporting. SPECIFIC DUTIES 1.Provide overall direction and oversight of all programmatic components, including accurate, up-to-date data collection, quality assurance and contract management, including monitor and manage program budget; complete and submit timely invoices and contract reports. Oversee timely progress of program goals, objectives and performance, making necessary adjustments in a timely manner in order to improve outcomes. Ensure program/ contract compliance as per guidelines and requirements mandated by funding agency. 2. Select, supervise, evaluate and report on the professional development and job performance of all personnel responsible for the provision of program services, to include: Development, identification and provision of staff training as needed; encourage and motivate staff to effectively perform job duties; assess individual performance and take steps to address deficiencies and recognize achievement. 3.Oversee the development, enhancement, delivery and modifications (as needed) of services provided, specifically of the Housing Coordination team. 4.Ensure that all other related program components are operating per contract requirements (i.e. Housing Manager Coordinates with Housing Coordinator, Intake/Data Coordination, and Employment Departments to monitor effective service provision to program enrollees.) 5. Serve as agency representative at professional and community meetings such as working/planning groups, coalitions, etc., and attend various community meetings as directed by supervisor. 6. Collaborate/participate in grant preparation/presentation and fund raising efforts to support program operations as needed LAFH Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Voluntary Life, 403B Retirement Plan, 529 Education Savings Plan, Long Term Disability, Employee Assistance Program, AFLAC Policies, AFLAC FSAs, Legal Policy, Employee Appreciation Program, Company Sponsored Employee Outings,9/80 Alternative Work Schedule, Paid Sick, Vacation and 11 Observed Holidays. Equal Employment Opportunity Statement: EEO: LAFH is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for applicants and employees. FAIR CHANCE INITIATIVE: LAFH is in compliance with the Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring and will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories.

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Director of Housing Navigation - Family CES

LA Family Housing

7817 Lankershim Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91605
United States

Job Description

The Director of Navigation is responsible for overseeing the implementation and on-going administration and development of the Housing Navigation Services for homeless participants enrolled in LA Family Housing’s Programs. Responsible for overseeing the delivery of streamlined permanent housing placement services as envisioned and contractually required. Primary responsibilities include overseeing department evaluation process and service coordination among all permanent housing contracts, goal monitoring and attainment, and reporting to funders. Ensure that all Individual housing programs are providing placement services in alignment with the SPA 2 Coordinated Entry System; share best practices with partner agencies. The Director of Navigation needs to be skilled in managing internal relationships with program operations and external relationships with funders, community partners, and potential volunteers/donors. SPECIFIC DUTIES 1. Provide overall direction to staff members in the Housing Navigation Team. 2. Create comprehensive department-wide policies and procedures on permanent housing plan execution to be followed by Housing Navigation staff serving LAFH participants; coordinate policy/procedure development with family programming as warranted. 3. Oversee LAFH Housing Navigation staff, fostering an environment that encourages teamwork and creative problem solving. 4. Ensure that participants in housing search are supported with additional resources needed to acquire permanent housing including benefits assistance, employment, mental health, substance abuse services, transportation, and medical care. 5. Develop and implement participant-focused housing workshops that result in successful and swift permanent housing placements 6. Work with to coordinate the role of Housing Navigators in the Coordinated Entry System, cultivating the spirit of collaboration and increasing overall effectiveness. 7. In partnership with the LAFH Data , LAFH QA manager, and other LAFH department directors, create and maintain quality participant files and HMIS records and a streamlined system of inter-departmental coordination. 8. Maintain strong relationships with countywide entities (i.e. LAHSA, HACLA, DHS, DMH) to ensure compliance with contracts, advocating for programmatic changes and process improvements, as needed, and proactively participating in programmatic development. 9. Provide training to LAFH Team and CES partners on housing services including: completing a housing application; completing a housing search; understanding tenant rights and responsibilities; and mediating between tenants and landlords. 10. Work closely with other all Program Directors to facilitate open, effective communication between program staff, resulting in excellent inter-department coordination and streamlined housing placements 11. Promote a shared housing strategy that is in alignment with current best practices and LA Family Housing agency mission. 12. Please see the full Job description for more. LAFH Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Voluntary Life, 403B Retirement Plan, 529 Education Savings Plan, Long Term Disability, Employee Assistance Program, AFLAC Policies, AFLAC FSAs, Legal Policy, Employee Appreciation Program, Company Sponsored Employee Outings,9/80 Alternative Work Schedule, Paid Sick, Vacation and 11 Observed Holidays. Equal Employment Opportunity Statement: EEO: LAFH is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for applicants and employees. FAIR CHANCE INITIATIVE: LAFH is in compliance with the Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring and will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories. PHYSICAL ACCOMODATIONS: All candidates must be able to perform the physical demands of the position with or without reasonable accommodation. For a list of physical demands, please refer to the full job description.

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Director of Grants

LA Family Housing

7817 Lankershim Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91605
United States

Job Description

The Director of Grants works within a team oriented and fast paced work environment. The team is a talented, creative and driven group people focused on furthering the mission and values of the agency. This position will be significant to the growth of the department as it involves supporting the fundraising efforts and messaging of the organization. The Director of Grants contributes to a $23 million organizational budget, ensuring approximately $15 million in public funds and $2 million in private grants annually. This position requires a thoughtful, strategic individual with expertise in public request for proposals (RFP) and private grant proposals and reports. The Director of Grants has strong attention to detail, excellent writing and communication skills, and is able to effectively build rapport with team members, program and finance departments, senior leadership, and the executive team. In addition to general duties such as overseeing public contracts and private grants, partnership agreement development, and annual operations program review and assessment, the Director of Grants is responsible for meeting annual fundraising and development goals and working toward the success of the Development and Community Engagement department. This position also plays a role in supporting the agency’s individual giving strategy and special events. Individuals interested in this position should be well versed in homelessness and issues surrounding the industry. ESSENTIAL DUTIES:  Develop and write public and private funding proposals, request letters, partnership agreements, and grant reports. Supervise Grants Coordinator, Contracts Coordinator, and a part-time contracted grant writer to support in writing grants and reports, managing contracts, building a pipeline of prospects, and ensuring stewardship of funders. Project management of: program, real estate, and finance staff members to contribute to grant proposals as appropriate.  Work closely with the Director of Development to refine and implement strategies and systems to increase revenues from private and public funders, including managing systems for proposal submission and grant reporting calendar, and other internal processes.  Develop relationships with sources of private and public funding and attend bidding conferences and foundation meetings as appropriate.  Collaborate with Program and Finance departments to develop program budgets for proposals and to ensure funding requirements for grants and public contracts are met.  Collaborate with Quality Assurance team to ensure funding requirements are met and to improve tracking and data around program outcomes for grants and public contracts.  Provide consistent messaging and data (including program outcome numbers) to assist with preparation of development materials, including brochures, newsletters and other promotional items such as website content and miscellaneous donor correspondence.  Participate in the development and implementation of agency events.  Perform additional duties as assigned.

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Clinical Therapist

Child and Family Guidance Center

19100 Parthenia Street
Northridge, CA 91324
United States

Job Description

We are seeking a full-time Bilingual Clinical Therapist for our Community Family Center to provide comprehensive outpatient treatment services to children, adolescents and their families in the office, community and school based settings. Who We Are and What We Believe In: It is our hope that you look to the Child and Family Guidance Center as your “Employer of Choice”. We've been a leader in the community for more than 50 years and we welcome you to join our team of 400 dedicated mental health and administrative professionals in our journey to bring better health and well-being to our communities in the San Fernando and Antelope Valleys. What We Offer: - Competitive salaries - Great benefits - Great learning opportunities - Great supervision - Supportive, friendly work environment - An established, reputable, stable company OUR WORKPLACE VISION We envision a workplace where, throughout CFGC, everyone is treated with dignity and respect. Where leadership exists at all levels and coaching is a primary relationship. Where staff are empowered and given permission to share their ideas, hopes and aspirations. Where there is commitment and accountability. Where we have a shared culture of inclusion and transparency. Where we inspire and encourage one another through positive, future oriented visions and coaching. Roy Marshall - President/CEO The Child and Family Guidance Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes all. Come Join Our Team!!! Essential Job Functions: · Conducts intakes, provides individual, group and family therapy services in the public school, office based and community settings. Services include initial clinical assessments, diagnosis, clinical treatment planning and implementation, referral and termination. · Handles crisis situations, including outside of normal work hours. · Follows CFGC and coinciding school district’s reporting protocols. · Conducts parent education programs and family support groups. · Maintains clinical charts and completes program paperwork. · Collaborates and consults with school personnel, which includes teachers, counselors and administrators. · Participates in supervision, meetings and trainings related to position and services provided including evidence-based practice trainings, boosters and consultations assigned. Hours: · FSLA Status: exempt · 40 Hours (Full Time) At least 2 evenings per week until 8 pm · Work schedule is based on the needs of the Center

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Clinical Therapist I for Adult/Older Adult Full Service Partnership

TriCity Mental Health Services

2008 Garey Ave
Pomona, CA 91767
United States

Job Description

This position services the Full Service Partnership program for Adults and Older Adults. The Clinical Therapist I will initiate and conduct individual, family and group counseling/psychotherapy sessions; they will provide crisis intervention to mentally ill/emotionally disabled individuals, groups and families; In addition, they will provide case management services on or off site. The Clinical Therapist I will meet with clients for regular therapeutic interviews, guide clients in understanding of their illness and contributing personal, social and economic factors. They will assist clients in developing realistic plans, as well as advice clients on community resources. The Clinical Therapist I will maintain records of all activities relating to clients’ care and must adhere to 70% billing compliancy. **Tri City Mental Health Services does not pay for Relocation cost/fees. Non-Supervisor On-Call positions require you to live within a 30-minute commute from the agency

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Clinical Case Manager - Housing for Health

Homeless Health Care Los Angeles

2330 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90057
United States

Job Description

Position Description: The primary purpose of HHCLA’s Housing for Health (HFH) program is to provide permanent, affordable housing linked to appropriate services for homeless individuals who are frequent users of the Department of Health Services system. The clinical social worker/case manager works directly with program participants and develops, arranges and coordinates treatment services. The clinical social worker/case manager works to improve the health of homeless individuals by assisting with the provision of stable housing, development ofa comprehensive treatment plan and facilitating linkages to medical care, mental health care,alcohol/substance use treatment and other supportive services. Once the individual has obtained permanent housing, the clinical social worker/case manager will assist the client in maintaining their housing. This position requires an ability to maintain strict confidentiality and handle information with tact and diplomacy. Essential Functions: 1. Conduct comprehensive clinical assessments and provide intensive case management services. 2.Develop individualized treatment plans with measurable goals and objectives and assist participants in achieving their desired outcomes. 3. Coordinate, prepare and maintain required charting and documentation in a timely and thorough manner within 24 hours. 4. Develop relationships with representatives in other agencies to support individuals in attaining services such as housing, mental health care, medical treatment, financial assistance, legal advocacy, and other community resources. 5. Assist with preparation of section 8 or other housing applications and other required documentation. 6. Network and collaborate with housing providers, landlords and property managers to develop housing stock for program, which includes temporary and permanent housing alternatives. 7. Perform home visits within scheduled time frame, assess for needs on a continuous basis,and refer clients to services within their community. 8. Maintain familiarity with HHCLA/ HFH policies and procedures and other applicable regulations. 9. Assist in identifying and securing resources for the HFH program. 10. Provide support and link clients to Electronic Homeless Programs, including CES and HMIS Systems. 11. Provide clinical intervention services, crisis intervention, conflict resolution and continual monitor at-risk/high risk situations that require clinical interventions. 12. Conducts advocacy services and ensures clients receive all entitled benefits. 13. Facilitates self-help and clinical support groups 14. Participate in daily debrief sessions, weekly supervision, department and agency-wide meetings, training and development opportunities as determined appropriate by the supervisor. 15. Submit weekly/monthly reports, such as mileage, weekly schedules, quarterly training reports, corrected audit findings, and status of unhoused individuals. 16. Provide 24-hour crisis on-call services on a scheduled rotation basis. 17. Communicates effectively in a culturally competent and diverse consumer population and promotes favorable interaction with managers, co-workers and others. 18. Maintain client records according to HIPAA and adhere to all client confidentiality requirements and standards. 19. Represent the mission and philosophy of HHCLA to the community in relevant coalitions and advocacy efforts. 20. Other duties as assigned.

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Clinical Residential Director (Santa Ana)

Olive Crest

2130 E. 4th St.
Santa Ana, CA 92705
United States

Job Description

Responsible to oversee general operations of the Short-Term Residential Therapeutic Program, including monitoring of budgets, staffing levels and compliance with county, state and federal regulations. Ensure the integration of therapeutic services in the residential program.

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Human Resources Generalist

Sunset Restaurant Management Group

8272 Sunset Blvd., Ste D
West Hollywood, CA 90046
United States

Job Description

Sunset Restaurant Management Group is looking for a Human Resources Generalist who will be responsible for HR operations and benefits. The ideal candidate is experienced in improving HR processes within an organization. The candidate would be capable of prioritizing and managing multiple projects simultaneously and would have a passion for streamlining HR processes in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment. This role will be integral to our corporate office and will work with all levels of personnel within the company. Responsibilities and Duties - Lead recruiting efforts for all open positions. - Create and maintain new hire and personnel files and enter them into Human Resources information systems, including safety and training documentation. - Ensure all new hires have completed orientation and signed policies and procedures. -Manage employees’ requests for accommodations and requests for availability leave programs or short-term disability. - Advise and assist management in appropriate resolution of employee relations issues. - Assist in the termination process, including reviewing personnel files, facilitating manager and employee discussions, performing exit interviews, and completing necessary documentation. - Respond to inquiries regarding HR policies, procedures and/or programs. - Create and manage job descriptions. - Create and manage training manuals for all job roles, maintaining continuity through restaurant chain/brands. - Assist with reporting and investigating claims for workers’ compensation and requests for information in connection with unemployment insurance benefits. - Ensure compliance with federal and state regulations concerning employment, safety and posting requirements. - Oversee LEAD/STAR training for front-of-house staff. - Conduct new hire orientation for management. - Protect and maintain the privacy of employee information in all personnel systems and records, to include compensation information. - Function as a liaison between benefit carriers and employees and advise employees on eligibility, coverage, and other benefits matters. - Recommend and coordinate human resources procedures/policies to administer benefit plans, enroll employees and maintain appropriate records. - Answer employee questions and assist with benefit claims. - Participate and facilitate in annual open enrollment planning and events. - Assist Director of Operations with creating and implementing employee forms. - Assist Director of Finance with projects as needed. - Provide corporate level support to the restaurant management team throughout Southern California.

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Medical case manager

San Francisco AIDS Foundation

1035 Market Street
San Francisco , CA 94103
United States

Job Description

The CCHAMP case management 1 position focuses on providing services for patients at the SFGH HIV clinic, Ward 86. This position functions within a 2-person team and provides intensive case management to “high need” HIV+ clients who are dual-diagnosed in the areas of mental health and substance abuse. This position is a hybrid counselor and case manager position, with emphasis on case management, to assist clients in removing barriers to HIV wellness goals, specifically HIV viral suppression. The focus is on providing counseling and case management services to assist the client in successfully engaging with and maintaining medical care and treatment, with a special focus on medication adherence. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 1.Case management: Develop and maintain a clinically appropriate therapeutic relationship with the client, to help link the client to needed services, resources and opportunities. Provide psychosocial assessment of each client every 6 months to reevaluate the needs of the client, and make referrals as needed. 2.Consultation: Work within a multidisciplinary team, including San Francisco General Hospital medical social workers, nurses and primary care physicians, via case conferences, verbal consultations, and progress notes in the electronic database. 3.Outreach: Collaborate with other agencies, case managers and medical providers to achieve common goals of our mission statement and purpose through meetings, trainings and other events. 4.Counseling: Provide individual and group counseling; substance abuse counseling to be delivered within the framework of the harm reduction philosophy. Also, provide health education to clients regarding HIV disease, especially the importance of medical care and treatment adherence. Provide crisis management to clients as needed. 5.Administration: Maintain client progress notes in electronic client chart (HERO) and enter data in AIDS Regional Information & Evaluation System (ARIES). Prepares and maintains client clinical charts. 6.Other duties as needed.

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