Case Manager Supportive Housing – Brooklyn in Brooklyn, NY at Pride Health

Date Posted: 9/3/2020

Job Snapshot

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  • Location:
    Brooklyn, NY
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
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Job Description

The Case Manager under the direction of the Program Supervisor is responsible for ongoing needs assessment, individual treatment plans, implementation, support, information, referral and advocacy for individuals who are in the supportive housing facility. Residents in our supportive housing program are individuals living with mental illness, and/or have a history of substance abuse as well as homelessness. The position requires successful working relationships with residents that support their ability to increase their self-reliance and independent living skills. The Case Manager will be responsible for influencing and recognizing positive behavior changes and identifying problems and obstacles that threaten to undermine the resident”s goals. Keeping clear and accurate files and records is essential to this position. The position will require occasional evening and weekend work hours.


Client/Service Delivery
* Maintain a minimum caseload of 12 families and/or individuals. Meet weekly with residents to develop and monitor each individual”s service plans.
* Complete strength-based comprehensive needs assessment that will inform individualized service plan.
* Facilitate groups around topics such as health and wellness.
* Provide client-centered services that support independent living skills.
* Provide crisis management and intervention.
* Inspect resident apartments to ensure that they are properly maintained.
* Organize and facilitate social and recreational activities designed to promote community involvement and peer support.
* Work with the Clinical Social Worker and Program Supervisor to ensure that residents are linked with services such as mental health, substance use, education and employment.
* Attend and utilize trainings that increase knowledge of effectively meeting client”s needs through evidence-based practices.
* Assess client mental health and recovery needs.
* Conduct Psychosocial and other assessments.
* Work with children within the household to ensure that their medical, educational and other needs are being met.
* Performs other duties as assigned by the supervisor