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Current Job Openings

This position will provide mobile services to Sexually Exploited Youth [SEY] individuals at the Emergency Shelter and Youth Lodge to include housing assessments and culturally responsive programming. The Case Manager will use a positive youth development framework to build a relationship with SEY clients to meet them where they are at.

ADYC is seeking a Youth Drug & Alcohol Awareness & Prevention Specialist within the Ninijanisag Program. Ninijanisag (Meaning "Our Children" in Ojibwe) teaches American Indian youth about problem-solving, leadership, and communication skills in cultural context specializing in the prevention of suicide, substance abuse, and commercial tobacco use.

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