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This position will provide 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. This position will provide a foundational base for their healing and further growth and to achieve greater physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional health. The Case Manager will collaborate with other teams such as street outreach coordinators, existing mental health services, transitioning case managers, legal, medical, and culturally responsive wraparound support services, to assure clients are connected to the services they need. This is a 30 hour a week full-time hourly role which starts at $22.84 an hour depending on experience.

This position is the bridge between Child Protection Services (CPS) and those American Indian families who are the brink of/or currently experiencing CPS involvement. This purpose of this position is to assist these families with the goal of successfully being able to keep or return their children back into their custody. The liaison will work to create open dialogues between CPS and the family as well as providing families advocacy to form a successful pathway to healthy family preservation or reunification. This role is part of the Nokomis Circle Project whose mission is to keep American Indian children out of placement whenever possible and if there is a placement out of the family home, to create culturally specific case plans. Additionally, focus is placed on recruiting, developing, and sustaining foster homes in the American Indian community. Salary for this position starts at $50,000 annually.

Ain Dah Yung Center is seeking a full time Transition Coach to provide housing case management to at-risk young adults. The role of the Transition Coach is to assist these young adults gain/maintain housing in our permanent supportive housing program, Mino Oski Ain Dah Yung (MOADY). The program operates using both Housing First philosophy and Harm Reduction approaches. All residents are transitioning from homelessness and may have needs focused on mental wellness, chemical health, and trauma. Salary for this position starts at $47,500 annually depending on experience

Ain Dah Yung Center is seeking a Chemical Dependency Prevention Advocate within the Ninijanisag (Meaning "Our Children" in Ojibwe) program. Ninijanisag teaches American Indian youth about problem-solving, leadership, and communication skills in cultural context specializing in the prevention of suicide, chemical dependency, and commercial tobacco use.

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