• Project Self-Sufficiency Keeping Families Together

A supportive housing, counseling, and economic self-sufficiency program for DCP&P-involved families
Program Director
Full-time position responsible for overseeing all aspects of grant-funded housing and family stability program. MSW or other advanced degree required. Minimum 5 years experience working with trauma-impacted families including mental health and substance abuse; minimum 5 years experience leading programs providing services to DCP&P involved families.

Clinicians
Multiple full-time positions responsible for assessment, intake and counseling services for grant-funded housing and family stability program. Minimum 5 years experience working with trauma-impacted families including mental health and substance abuse, preferably experienced and trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. One position for LCSW; one position for degreed LADC.

Case Manager/Housing Specialist/Employment Specialist
Multiple full-time positions. Duties include case management for trauma-impacted families including mental health and substance abuse, with an emphasis on securing and maintaining housing and employment. Minimum two years experience working with at-risk families including case management, employability and housing support services, and mental illness/substance abuse. Bachelors degree required.

Peer Specialists
Full-time. High School Diploma and completion of a peer recovery support training program required. Peer Specialist will work with substance abuse and trauma impacted families on family stability and housing support services.

Administrative/IT Services
Seeking 20 hour per week employee to assist with collecting and recording data on supportive housing program participants, and maintaining accurate and up to date records.

Send resume and cover letter to pss@projectselfsufficiency.org
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PostedFebruary 05, 2018