Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence


The Transitional Housing Advocate is responsible for supporting clients participating in SPAN’s Housing Programs through case management, advocacy, and community referrals, with the goals of expanding the availability of low barrier housing and housing assistance and promote self-sufficiency and upward mobility for program participants.

Experience Required

About You You’ve progressive experience working with and supporting survivors of abuse in housing or shelter settings. You’ve served as an advocate, case manager, or resource navigator. You’re a collaborator, with internal departments and community partners, to deliver comprehensive support services for adult and child survivors in housing programs. You likely have been active in anti-violence and gender/social justice initiatives and have experience working directly with marginalized communities. You have excellent organizational and problem-solving skills, you can communicate with a variety of audiences, you appreciate the details, and you’re organized.

Further Comments

A Day in the Life Performs housing assessment for new clients via the confidential shelter, outreach programs, intake team, and community referrals. Supports clients in finding appropriate housing options, particularly in Boulder and Broomfield counties, including assistance with housing applications, service verification letters, food delivery, gift card distribution, moving, and available resources. Provides appropriate community referrals to meet immediate and ongoing housing needs. Develops case management plans which address the client’s immediate needs and long-term self-sufficiency goals. Conducts regular, mobile check-ins with clients. Performs and submits funds requests for clients. Assists with referrals on the SPAN crisis line. Provides advocacy and application support to clients accessing benefit assistance services. Provides ongoing advocacy for clients with landlords/property managers. Collaborates with local housing authorities and other affordable housing providers regarding availability, the application process, and support for clients participating in SPAN’s transitional housing programs. Works with team members in developing and facilitating skill building and economic empowerment workshops for clients and collaborates with community organizations to identify volunteer presenters for these workshops. Attends committee meetings and collaborates with Boulder County organizations as needed. Participates Performs input of case notes and manages files within SPAN’s database for accurate data for reporting; produces monthly reports.


medical plan, dental plan, holiday pay and paid time off, reduced rate Eco-Pass, Simple IRA retirement plan, and Employee Assistance Program. A $100/month stipend for qualified Spanish bilingual teammates is offered for this position


$39,195 to $40,665

How to Apply

We like to receive electronic applications but will accept applications by mail. Please submit a resume and cover letter to hr@safehousealliance.org . You can also see open positions and apply through our website at Employment Opportunities - Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (safehousealliance.org). Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but priority consideration will be given to those received by June 27, 2022.

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence
835 North St
Boulder, CO 80304
Phone: 303.449.8623


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