JOB TITLE: Gracehaven Comprehensive Case Manager and Network Advocate – SE Ohio
GOAL: To provide trauma-informed case management services to survivors of child sexual exploitation and trafficking and to increase referral base in the regional areas. Will transition from primarily a network advocate to Comprehensive Case Manager as referral base grows.and to increase referral base in the regional areas. Will transition from primarily a network advocate to Comprehensive Case Manager as referral base grows.
- Responsible for presenting Gracehaven case management to partners in regional area and proactively reaching out to all potential referral sources to increase referral base.
- Responsible to Provide Trauma-Informed, Strengths-Based Case Management
- Responsible to Provide Prevention, Intervention and Psychoeducation Curriculum
- Responsible to Communicate and Maintain Good Working Relationships with Youth, Guardians and Agencies Working with Youth.
- Responsible to Keep Accurate and Up to Date Records and Data
- Responsible to Provide Optional Faith-Based Opportunities for Clients Based on Their Initiation
- Responsible to Participate in Staff and Supervisory Meetings, Events and Fundraisers
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Provide Trauma-Informed, Strengths-Based Case Management
- Responsible to Build a Trauma-informed, Trust-based relationship with Client
- Link clients to services based on client goals and needs
- Work in partnership with client service teams to provide high-level of care
- Administer ongoing Stability Assessment to address areas of concern
- Develop Individualized Service Plan to meet client needs
- Use a Holistic Approach in serving Clients’ needs.
Provide Prevention and Intervention Education
- Responsible to Provide Trainings in DMST and Trauma Informed care
- Provide psychoeducation material to assist clients in the areas of growth
- Assist in Public Speaking and trainings to social service providers and youth on DMST
- Deliver DMST and other Evidence-based Material with client and other community members
Keep Accurate and Up to date Records and Data
- Ensure client records, case notes and program documentation are up to date and according to Gracehaven standards and compliant with HIPAA standards.
- Responsible to Create and Implement Treatment Plans and Discharge Summaries
- Receive and Review referrals for new clients
- Report mileage logs and reimbursements for accountability and good stewardship
- Make sure all data reports are accurate, up to date and timely.
- Use all data reporting systems appropriately. – including, but not limited to, Cognito Forms, Google, VST, PROI Calculator and others.
- Report monthly data in accordance with grant requirements and Gracehaven Data requirements
Participate in Staff and Supervisory Meetings, Events and Fundraisers
- Participate in Gracehaven & COYFC quarterly all-staff trainings.
- Attend Trauma informed Trainings and all Staff Meetings
- Assist in all Gracehaven fundraising events
- Meet in person at minimum bi-weekly for supervision via Zoom (web video meeting technology) and/or conference call. Likely weekly meetings.
- Attend other supervisory meetings as directed.
Coalitions and Partnerships
- Attend anti-sex trafficking collaborative meetings for your area (Example includes the LCHTC or Collaborative Against Human Trafficking).
- Build relationships with other like-minded coalition members that may aid in the health and well-being of the Client.
- Identify potential mentor matches with other agencies
- Actively increase referral base in regional area through proactive outreach, presentations, connections, and initiating county and area contracts with appropriate partners.
- Track referral base and network activity in defined systems
Provide Optional Faith-Based Opportunities for Clients
- Offer tangible resources and unwavering support for client, regardless of the client’s religious beliefs or lack thereof
- If client initiates interest in faith-based activities or discussions, ensure they have access to relevant faith-based resources in a non-judgmental, non-invasive manner
- Education: Associates degree in Social Services field, Bachelors degree preferred
- Associates of Social Work or equivalent
- High School Diploma or GED
- Experience: Minimum of two (2) years of work with at-risk youth desired
- Age: 21 years of age or older
- Clean background check
- Agreement with the Central Ohio Youth for Christ and Gracehaven Standards of Conduct and Statement of Faith