Starting with the belief that people grow, develop, and evolve into their unique selves in the presence of other people, the Recovery Community program is a Community Connections' supportive housing program that seeks to create intentional, safe, relationship-centered communities of residents. The Recovery Community clinical staff provides direct behavioral health supportive services to residents who live independently in a variety of building styles including shared houses or congregate apartments. In these communities and with the support of clinical housing staff, residents enhance healthy relationships, become active participants in a supportive community, and develop the ability to heal from the impacts of mental illness, trauma, substance abuse, homelessness, discrimination, and poverty.
Clinical Housing Coordinator Responsibilities:
- Delivers individual behavioral health services and facilitates groups with residents in the designated Recovery Communities (these are CC properties located throughout the city)
- Promotes cross-teaming and inter-agency efforts to assist residents with establishing and maintaining housing and income stability and enhance overall wellness.
Clinical Housing Coordinator Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s Degree in a related human service field.
- One year minimum experience delivering case management services to adults in residential settings who have serious mental illness, addictions, and trauma histories.
- Candidates must pass a background check, have a clean driving record as well as a reliable vehicle to transport consumers (post-COVID) and navigate community work as most of the work is done in the community.
- Supervision towards LICSW or LPC and opportunities to earn CEUs (if applicable)
- PTO (substantial vacation/sick/holidays)
- Medical/Vision/Dental/Prescription Drug Insurance
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Long-term disability
- Voluntary life insurance
- Employee Assistance Program
- Immediate 403(b), with employer contribution after two years of employment
- Credit union and banking partners including M&T Bank and State Employees Credit Union of Maryland
- Educational assistance after one year of employment
- Professional and leadership development
- Pre-tax Metro cost
- Mileage reimbursement for eligible employees
We encourage people of color, women, LGBTQIA+, and people with disabilities to apply.
Interested qualified candidates should send a letter of interest and resume to the attention of Sanique Lyn, Program Manager at Slyn@ccdc1.org.