Assesses mental and emotional functioning of residents and administers services for necessary treatment. S/he provides clinical supervision to the Case Managers and Housing Specialist through case analysis, service planning and supervisory process. Provides direct treatment services and issues referrals on an as needed basis. Experience with supportive group facilitation training and experience in assessing the vocational and educational needs and aptitudes of clients, thorough familiarity and success with engaging clients experience assisting eligible clients through the process of obtaining Public Assistance, Medicaid and other benefits. Familiarity with DHS regulations required. LCSW required. Five (5) years’ experience, working with homeless individuals and their dependent children. Must be computer-literate, have knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, and have ability to work a flexible schedule. Bi-lingual Spanish preferred.
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