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Case Manager

Seeds of Faith, Inc

About Seeds of Faith dba  Lydia’s House of Hope:

Job description

Our transitional home, Lydia's House of Hope, is a 365-day voluntary program for women and women with children. 

Lydia's House of Hope opened in 2017 near downtown Somersworth, NH. It is a 25 resident facility that offers a unique and highly effective approach to teaching hands-on life skills to those willing to do the work to change their lives.

Residents at Lydia's House voluntarily enroll in the 365-day transformational, life-changing program that addresses individual needs, with classes in everything from parenting and coping skills, to nutritional cooking and financial literacy.

Our facility includes comprehensive counselling, a commercial kitchen, a learning center with computer stations, and communal dining and living areas.

Earlier this year, with the exceptional generosity of a caring donor, we were able to add a multi-family apartment building to our Lydia's House program. Now Lydia's House graduates have the opportunity to practice semi-independent living down the street at our new completely renovated building, Grace House. Our new facility provides residents with a firm foundation on which to ground themselves, take the lessons learned throughout their last year at Lydia's, and put them into practice. Grace House allows graduates affordable transitional living without residents having to re-enter any toxic environment from which they may have recently come.

We are not a federal or state-funded organization. Because we continue to be blessed with the unprecedented support of corporations, local businesses, individuals, and our amazing surrounding communities, our beautiful facility, talented staff, and incredible program has been changing families' lives forever.

Apply today if you have what it takes to become a member of our team!

Job Type: Full-time

COVID-19 considerations:
Heightened awareness and vigilance around wearing masks as needed; hand sanitizer

Job Description:

We are searching for a motivated, qualified Case Manager who is ready to invest in a career supporting our residents' transition toward a brighter, independent future.

As our newest CM, please have at least 3 years’ experience working with a caseload of families who have come out of homelessness, poverty, addiction and/or abusive situations. You must have success multitasking in a fast-paced environment and must be skilled at working independently as well as collaborating within a tight-knit team where confidentiality and discretion is of utmost importance.

The main goal of the Case Manager position is to provide the services and support required for residents to graduate from the program empowered, independent, and self-sufficient.

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field.
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience working with persons in crisis.
  • A valid driver’s license.
  • Exceptional knowledge and proven, successful practice of professional, emotional, and physical boundaries involved in Case Management work.
  • Knowledge of community resources and counseling/social work practices with high-risk populations.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to establish positive, supportive rapport.
  • Experience with, and high level of understanding of, the importance of keeping clear, copious documentation and client records.
  • Ability to motivate others towards achieving goals; ability to anticipate the needs of clients on your caseload.
  • Task-oriented; ability to work independently and/or on a team with a strong sense of focus.
  • A strong sense of, and success in, professional acumen, respect for confidentiality practices, integrity, and discretion.
  • Flexible; ability to adapt to sudden changes in daily plans. Expert multi-tasker and time manager.
  • Must be willing to undergo a background check in accordance with state and federal laws.

This position reports directly to the Executive Director.

Main Duties:

  • Interview and conduct intake assessments with potential and new residents.
  • Conduct an initial baseline assessment and continue with ongoing assessments to determine individual needs for all persons on caseload. 
  • Meet weekly 1:1 with assigned residents to build relationships, discuss progress toward treatment plan goals, address any needs/concerns, and connect with necessary resources and/or social services.
  • Complete Meeting Documentation to monitor progress toward established goals during weekly resident meetings; include this documentation in Weekly Reports for Executive Director.
  • Develop comprehensive 4-phase Self-Sufficiency Plans based on each individual resident’s needs - addressing (but not limited to) parenting, health and well-being, interpersonal skills, finances, family, housing, education, and job skills.
  • Maintain knowledge of local service providers and community outreach agencies and utilize them as needed in individual's case plans; coordinate services and transportation directly to/from these organizations; avoid duplication of services.
  • Create weekly schedules and oversee daily activities for residents on caseload.
  • Execute restorative disciplinary actions, as necessary.
  • Participate in ongoing consultation as needed with the Executive Director to discuss interventions, patterns of behavior, and/or family needs and concerns.
  • Design thoughtful resident after-care plans and determine the need for, and referral to, sustainable after-care housing when necessary.
  • Maintain professional, respectful, and ethical relationships with families served, community agencies, law enforcement, and other business entities, at all times.
  • Provide safe transportation, when necessary, to meet the needs of residents.
  • Plan birthday and special occasion celebrations for assigned residents.
How to Apply:

Please e-mai your resume and cover letter to:

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Date Added: December 31, 2021

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