The role of the Behavioral Health Intervention Team (BHIT) Social Worker/Case manager is to utilize support based on knowledge, skills, and experience to the advancement of CASA's mission to provide safe, stable, affordable housing to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. This individual will support the development of BHIT's Healthcare Outreach Program (HOP), which would proactively address the social determinants of health by bringing healthcare access to our residents. Additionally, this individual will assist in the oversight of a new grant-funded position providing permanent supportive housing units located at 'Suites at Brentwood.' This program will be instrumental in creating additional rental communities and problem-solving contemporary issues in substance abuse, mental health resources and homelessness on a broader scale. The BHIT staff will balance time and expertise between direct service administration and program development community-based partnerships.
The Behavioral Health Intervention Team (BHIT) is a collaborative, cross-functional team of internal staff and MSW interns committed to improving resident outcomes through referral, assessment, coordination, and referrals to community partners, and predictable follow up.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Skills and Qualifications:
Training and Experience
BA in social work, psychology, or related degree with a minimum of three (3) years of relevant experience required. Experience working with vulnerable groups including homeless families, veterans, and other populations is preferred, along with the ability to work independently in a dynamic environment.
This position is currently accepting applications.