Charitable Advisors LLC
  • 07-Apr-2019 to 06-May-2019
  • - HealthNet
  • Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • Full Time

HeathNet Inc. is a not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) providing primary health services to the medically underserved population of Marion County. Along with primary health care, HealthNet offers behavioral health, dental, OB/GYN, social services, enrollment services and prenatal classes. As a community program of HealthNet, Homeless Initiative Program or HIP, offers services to those who are homeless in our community. HIP is fully grant funded offering street outreach, walk-in triage, medical, housing search and placement, employment services, and intensive case management. HIP's mission is to assist all people who are homeless in achieving holistic health by connecting them to a medical home, to safe and affordable housing, and to community support services.

The Case Manager contributes to HIP's Mission by coordinating client care based on household strengths, identified needs, and barriers towards the goal of sustainable housing with solid community connections. Case Managers assist with professional services in a client-centered atmosphere offering full service and linkage to meet all expressed needs. Key outcomes include: ensuring eligibility for all funding and support recommendations by assisting the household in obtaining necessary documentation;  assessing strengths, barriers, needs, and desires towards housing sustainability; identification of and coordination of care both internally at HIP and externally in the community to ensure needs and desires are met; accurate data collection and entry; developing collaborative S.M.AR.T. goal  plans with all essential staff; and supporting clients in all aspects of maintaining housing.

Key Expected Outcomes:
• Active participation in all mandatory meetings such as: All Staff, Employment and Training Team Meeting, Case Management Collaborative Meeting, Housing Committees, Case Conferencing, and Supervision
• Meet individually with all clients assigned to assist in collection of eligibility documentation. 
• Conduct a bio pyscho-social assessment to understand client strengths, barriers, and needs towards obtaining and maintaining housing. 
• Create a wrap-around, client driven Housing Plan inclusive of necessary partners both internally and in the community.
• Create SMART goals on Housing Plan and track performance outcomes.
• Conduct home visits to assess housing needs, build relationship with landlord, and to assess continued financial need.
• Connect clients to community partners such as social supports, faith-based communities, medical and mental health, community centers, and other places of interest as expressed by the client.
• Participate in bi-weekly supervision to case conference special client situations and professional development.  
• Have weekly contact with clients, at a minimum, with all communication documented in HMIS; ensure accurate and timely documentation and data entry.
• Attend monthly meetings, scheduled events and outreach activities with referring agencies as appropriate.  
• Establish and promote positive communication among all team members of HIP to increase collaborations and reduce inefficiencies. 
• Represent HIP in a professional manner, providing courteous service to both internal and external partners and presenting a positive image of HIP so as to always act as an ambassador of HIP services. 

Requirements and Work Environment:
• Master's degree social service or relevant field 
• Previous experience working with vulnerable populations preferred
• Computer proficient in Microsoft Office and internet
• Strong written and oral communication skills with ability to present to groups
• Professional appearance and manner
• Ability to work independently
• Ability to work effectively as part of a team
• Ability to work effectively with a diverse group of clients, staff and community members
• Ability to integrate new information into practice
• Must be able to work proficiently with computers and other office equipment
• Maintain expected work schedule of Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with possibility of extended hours to ensure timely reporting and client/staff safety.
• Must be able to travel for meetings throughout the community
• Must have reliable transportation. Drivers of privately-owned vehicles must have valid driver's license and meet state required automobile insurance minimums. May be required to show proof. May be required to transport clients
• Must be able to pass a background check consisting of National Sex Offender Registry, Criminal History and driving record. 

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