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The primary responsibility of the Shelter Case Manager is to respond to calls for assistance, crisis intervention, information and referrals from families, individual youth, schools and other service providers. Facilitate client problem-solving by providing emotional support, transportation, information and referral, case and systems advocacy, while working collaboratively with shelter youth workers in behavior management. Responsible for documentation, recordkeeping and monthly reports for all children entering the Ain Dah Yung Center, as well as arrange visits, passes and case planning. Assist in supervision and care to shelter residents as needed. Reports to the Residential & Administrative Operations Director. Some evenings may be required.

The Street Outreach Worker works varying shifts including some weekends to provide street-based services to homeless, precariously housed, runaway and at-risk youth/young adults in collaboration with StreetWorks Collaborative and other organizations. The Street Outreach Worker provides access to shelter and/or housing and satisfies/provides resources for other basic needs.

The Ain Dah Yung Center is looking for a Youth Lodge Case Manager to provide support to our Youth Lodge residents between the ages of 16 through 21 in a small group home setting. The Beverley A. Benjamin Youth Lodge is a culturally specific transitional living program for American Indian youth and young adults that have no parental, substitute, foster, or institutional home to which they can safely go. Primary program objectives are case management, providing direct care, stabilizing youth in a safe, culturally supportive environment, addressing the critical issues/barriers to resident self-sufficiency and strengthen residents' community and cultural connections. This is primarily a full-time, exempt day shift position that may require flexibility to off shifts. The salary starts at $45,000.

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