Case Manager (General)
New Hope Housing
About the organization
Founded in 1977, New Hope Housing is an innovative, award winning nonprofit agency in Northern
Virginia committed to finding creative and lasting solutions to end the cycle of homelessness by offering homeless men, women and children the services they need to change their lives and succeed. And each of those success stories adds to a stronger, healthier community for all.
New Hope Housing has a variety of housing solutions from homeless shelters to apartments to fit each client’s unique needs. We also provide tools that change lives through case management services and renowned education such as “out of poverty” training.
Join us in our mission to” provide homeless families and individuals shelter and the tools to build a better life”.
Summary of Duties:
The Case Manager carries a caseload and addresses clients’ diverse every day needs/goals. This is a good position for someone who enjoys working with clients in several life domains such as health care, relationships, housing etc.
•Educates and coaches clients on everyday living needs such as laundry, keeping medical
•Advocates and assist clients in obtaining services such as alcohol and drug treatment.
•Completes forms and notes about clients’ services with New Hope Housing
•Strong Spanish verbal ability preferred.
•Bachelor’s Degree in social services or related field preferred.
•Some experience working with the homeless and/or people diagnosed with behavioral health and substance abuse disorders.
•Customer service oriented.
•Willingness to work flexible schedule.
•Willingness to undergo background check.
•Current Driver’s license and good driving record.
Contact email: [email protected]
Please send resume with title of position in subject line to [email protected]
Equal Opportunity Employment
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