GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Supportive Housing Specialist is an integral part of a multi-disciplinary team of mental health clinicians. The Supportive Housing Specialist provides 80% of case management in consumer homes, shelters, and other community locations. The Supportive Housing Specialist provides direct housing support services to assist to obtain and maintain community-based housing security and stability. Coordinates, monitors, and provides direct services in a community setting for members. May be required to transport members. May participate in after-hours care, on-call coverage, and support to all recipients being served on the team.
- Bachelors’ degree in Social Work, Psychology, or related field, or equivalent experience and education
- At least two (2) years of experience working in the public behavioral health system (preferably with members with SMI)
- At least one (1) year experience providing housing-related training or support
- Strong Familiarity with the Arizona Landlord Tenant Act, Fair Housing, Housing First, and other housing regulations and programs
- Understanding of culturally and ethnically diverse members and families
- Experience understanding various evidence-based models and theories pertaining to psycho-education, motivational interviewing, serious mental illness and recovery
- Advanced knowledge of public system and community resources
- Understanding of and knowledge as related to harm reduction, 12-step and other recovery support models
- Strong knowledge of wellness, recovery, self-help, and client-driven support plans
- Effective communication and written skills are essential
- Proficiency with computer and databases
CPI is an equal opportunity employer. CPI does not discriminate based on age, ethnicity, race, sex, gender, religion, national origin, creed, tribal affiliation, ancestry, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, veteran status, socio-economic status, claims experience, medical history, physical or intellectual disability, ability to pay, source of payment, mental illness, and/or cultural and linguistic needs, as well as any other class protected by law.