Community Health Action of Staten Island Career Opportunities

Community Health Action of Staten Island

About the organization

Community Health Action of Staten Island has been improving the health of Staten Islanders for over 30 years. We emerged from the AIDS crisis of the 1990s with experience delivering a model of care that drives dramatic improvement in the health of our clients. We help our communities with a wide range of services including domestic violence interventions, care for people with multiple chronic health conditions, harm reduction services, and operating a community food pantry in Port Richmond. We provide HIV and viral hepatitis screenings as well as insurance enrollment, help with SNAP (food stamp) benefits, and health screenings.

Duties

Community Health Action of Staten Island (CHASI) drives dramatic improvements in the health of New Yorkers by feeding people who are hungry, healing families broken apart by violence, and bridging the gaps between people and the compassionate health care they deserve. CHASI serves the most vulnerable individuals, families, and communities with critical services and programs. CHASI provides outreach, education, prevention, and direct support services for populations most affected by health disparities – the poor and working poor, low income people with chronic illnesses, persons with criminal justice involvement, substance users, domestic violence survivors, people of color, and the LGBTQ community

Qualifications

There is a wide range of opportunities available for individuals interested in working at Community Health Action of Staten Island. Check out our link to see all our available opportunities.

Salary

Various

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