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Cliient Care Coordinator

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FOX HOUSE is a shelter serving seventeen homeless female heads of household families located in East Harlem. The facility has been operating for twenty eight years contracted with NYC Department of Homeless Services. Information technology is our responsibility to respond to the needs of homeless women and their children while assisting them in finding permanent housing. Fox House’ social service staff work together as a team.
Statistics show there is a correlation between housing instcapability and Mental Health. NYC announced Thrive NYC, a plan of action to guide the City toward a more effective and holistic system to support the mental well-being of New Yorkers. One of the initiatives of this endeavor is to improve access to mental health services in shelters and to assist families with children in a shelter as they navigate multiple systems and cope with the stress and anxiety induced by homelessness. They are enabling each shelter to hire a Client Care Coordinator.

The Client Care Coordinator is responsible for the interfacing with the New York Department of Homeless Services, Shelter providers and significant community located organizations to enhance and ensure families are in receipt of optimal care and service coordination. Complete a comprehensive biopsychosocial assessment with each family to understand strengths and service needs. Facilitate a team review/discussion of the psychosocial assessment. Make referrals and appropriate linkages and helps determine the further Client Coordinators intervention. Collaborates with ACS and/or preventive services agency when a family is child welfare involved. Provides short term counseling as needed (not psychotherapy) and provide crisis intervention when needed. Facilitate group work (e.g. with young people, mothers, families). Conduct risk assessment and coordinate safety planning as needed. Prepare families & children to accept services.Coordinates and collaborate with staff and service providers to enhance engagement and ensure quality and Provide education/training to other staff. Facilitate quarterly family meeting (with the family & shelter staff) to discuss planning efforts and progress. Meet weekly with social service staff to review each family’s case.


CLIENT CARE COORDINATOR

Appropriate qualifications:

- Licensure (LCSW)
-Bi-lingual (English & Spanish)
-expertise of child & adolescent development, parent-child relationship, family dynamics and
diagnostic classification
-expertise and practice working with diverse cultures and ethnicities.
-Good written and oral communications expertise
-Flexible hours including evenings and some week-ends.

Job responsibilities:
» The Client Care Coordinator is responsible for the interfacing with the New York Department of Homeless Services, Shelter providers and significant community located organizations to enhance and ensure families are in receipt of optimal care and service coordination.
» Complete a comprehensive biopsychosocial assessment with each family to understand strengths and service needs.
» Facilitate a team review/discussion of the psychosocial assessment
» Make referrals and appropriate linkages and helps determine the further Client Coordinators intervention
» Collaborates with ACS and/or preventive services agency when a family is child welfare involved
» Provides short term counseling as needed (not psychotherapy)
» Provide crisis intervention when needed.
» Facilitate group work (e.g. with young people, mothers, families)
» Conduct risk assessment
» Coordinate safety planning as needed
» Prepare families & children to accept services
» Coordinates and collaborate with staff and service providers to enhance engagement and ensure quality
» Provide education/training to other staff
» Facilitate quarterly family meeting (with the family & shelter staff) to discuss planning efforts and progress.
Meet weekly with social service staff to review each family’s case.

Send resumes to Sister Florence Speth – email E-Mail: foxshelter@aol.com or fax to ( 212) 427-8507

Must be- Licensure (LCSW) and - Bi-lingual (English & Spanish)
-expertise of child & adolescent development, parent-child relationship, family dynamics and
diagnostic classification
-expertise and practice working with diverse cultures and ethnicities.
-Good written and oral communications expertise
-Flexible hours including evenings and some week-ends.

NOTES:

Additional income Information: Health Insurance

• Location: Manhattan, New York, New York

• Post ID: 156559662 manhattan
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