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Reentry Stability Coach – Housing Opportunities for Re-Entry Population (HORP)

Bucks County non-profit seeks a skilled, dedicated individual with ‘lived experience’ and/or knowledge of the criminal justice system to assist incarcerated individuals in developing a housing and treatment plan in preparation for discharge from the Bucks County Correctional Facility. This position requires working closely with the Housing Continuum of Care Bucks County in order to assist participants in identifying appropriate housing opportunities and secure permanent housing. The Reentry Stability Coach coordinates treatment services with staff from Family Service to ensure treatment needs for mental health and substance use are met. This position is grant funded for twelve to eighteen months.

Responsibilities:

Coordinate an assessment meeting with multiple local organizations.

Establish working relationship and assist participants with an individualized discharge plan that includes both housing and treatment planning with a goal to increase self-sufficiency.

Present options on available treatment and housing resources, assist with applications and advocate on behalf of the participant.

Provide on-going support for overall health and well-being that includes connections to local resources to help participants achieve economic independence and to prevent recidivism.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor, Associate degree in criminal justice, psychology, or social work and/or experience with some education preferred
  • Experience working with reentry population
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable car
  • Schedule that includes some evenings and occasional weekend hours
  • Ability to lift/move up to 25lbs

 

E-mail resume to sklein@bcoc.org

Community Resource Navigator
Full-Time
Bucks County non-profit seeks a skilled, dedicated human service professional with knowledge of Bucks County and its associated government and community services. The Community Resource Navigator will reach residents with the highest barriers, assisting in accessing services and linking to community resources. This position is grant funded to September 30, 2019 with the potential for renewal.
Responsibilities:
 Establish relationships and encourage participation in mainstream services, with a goal to increase self-sufficiency
 Provide outreach and connect those isolated by their economic condition to available government and service groups
 Present options on available resources, assist with applications, and advocate on behalf of the family or individual.
 Participation in inter-agency coordination meetings
Requirements:
 Associates degree preferred, paraprofessional or credits towards Associates degree
 Experience in Human Services, specifically with under-resourced individuals and families.
 Valid driver’s license and reliable car
 Schedule that includes some evenings & occasional weekend hours
 Ability to lift/move up to 25 lbs.
E-mail resume to sklein@bcoc.org