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Community Supportive Housing Case Manager 

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Community Supportive Housing Case Manager needed for full-time, temporary position in Philadelphia County.

The Community Supportive Housing Case Manager provides case management and counseling services to families in the Community Housing Program including initial assessments, reassessments, service plans, referrals, and discharge planning. The Case Manager also participates in staff meetings, staff supervision, trainings, and case conferences.


·Conduct (at minimum) bi-weekly visits with families.

·Conduct monthly home inspections (property and physical safety).

·Completes intakes and initial assessments.

·Develop a living service plan that addresses the uniqueness of the entire family unit.

·Identify and document strengths and/or barriers toward 'next-step' housing.

·Support participants in managing financial responsibilities.

·Liaison (when appropriate) between participants and landlord and/or utility providers.

·Facilitate quarterly service plans conferences & submit final documents.

·Coordinate services with other service providers as guided by the service plan goals.

·Facilitate (when appropriate) and promote participant attendance at workshops hosted by FFP and/or external organizations.

·Maintain accurate and real-time documentation of contacts, referrals, and services.

·Maintain a participant caseload of approximately 25 (may vary depending on staffing structures).

·Attend management supervisions, staff meetings, and trainings as scheduled by regulators, funders, and/or the organization's management

·Coordinate and facilitate case conferences and service plan meetings.

·Utilize HMIS as a documentation and communication tool (mandatory)

·Maintain accurate, neat, informative, and descriptive paper charts for each participant

·All other duties as assigned

Position Requirements

BSW with a minimum of 2 years of social service experience, preferably with at-risk, low-to-no income families, and/or Homelessness affected populations, Must possess excellent written, oral, and computer skills (Microsoft Suite 7.0 and higher). Ability to work evenings and weekends. Ability to work a staggered scheduled to accommodate participants’ availability.


This position is currently accepting applications.

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