Reporting to the Director of Programs, the Case Manager will be responsible for implementing all aspects of the women’s program in a 12-18 month transitional shelter. The Case Manager will provide case
management for individual residents, monitor resident progress on goals, and offer resources as needed to achieve goals.
• Provide case management for individual residents and their children
• Monitor resident progress on goals—review weekly goal sheets,
facilitate completion of monthly goal rating scale, offer resources as
needed to achieve goals
• Document important information and interactions
• Teach occasional classes or Bible Studies
• Interview clients to determine the nature and degree of the situation
• Gather physical, and social information to determine the resident’s needs as well as children’s needs
• Help residents with communication skills and conflict resolution
• Support, encourage and educate mothers in their parenting skills as needed
• Provide transportation to grocery stores and church
• Provide transportation for occasional appointments when necessary
and staff time is available
• Attend court proceedings with residents as time and location permit
• Assist in helping residents obtain OFPs if needed
• Advocate for residents with County Social Services, housing
• Share responsibility for answering the crisis cell phone and respond
to crises with appropriate actions
• Compile program data for reports, etc.
• Make sure van is in working order before transporting residents, and
report any problems
• Maintain proper care of the facilities and report maintenance issues outside of your ability to address, as needed
• Attend staff meetings
• Maintain a positive demeanor as a representative of Christ, providing
empathy, encouragement, kindness, hope and love—sometimes
expressed in providing firm direction and limit setting.
• Incorporate scripture, the gospel message, prayer and reflections on
Godly morals and values as part of daily interactions with residents
Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field plus three years of related experience
The mission of The Dwelling Place is to protect families and heal lives
affected by domestic abuse by providing safe housing, Christ-centered
programs, training in life skills and community education. Women and
their children may stay 12-18 months to receive healing, and acquire the
necessary skills to achieve independent housing, a sustaining income,
and violence free lives. We are a Christian ministry supported primarily
by individuals and churches, and we endeavor to help all grow spiritually
as they heal from the trauma of domestic abuse.
Position open until filled. If interested, please send a cover letter, a brief statement of faith and your resume
The Dwelling Place940 44th Avenue NE, #21307 Columbia HeightsColumbia Heights, MN 55421Phone: 651-221-0405
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