Providence House Female Live-in Care Coordinator
Providence House is a two-year transformational housing program for single men & women recovering from trauma, addiction, mental illness and homelessness. The program operates in an 1890’s mansion in the Capitol Hill area of Denver where you will be part of a team that engages in meaningful ways to foster a culture of family and belonging.
As a Care Coordinator, you will live in the home and be assigned the case management of up to five female residents. This includes mentoring, co-creating goal plans, and holding them accountable so they may heal and grow toward self-sufficiency and whole-life transformation. You will also be assigned certain property and administrative tasks. The position includes some evening and weekend on-duty rotations. All staff are asked to be intentionally present in the community throughout the week, including three evening meals.
QUALIFICATIONS Strong sense of calling to this population Emotional and spiritual maturity Experience with case management is preferable Understanding of addiction, mental illness and the recovery process is beneficial Highly values community living Ability to initiate meaningful conversation and social interaction Appreciation for the importance of positive role modeling Comfortable signing Providence Network’s Statement of Faith (available upon request)To Apply: Send cover letter & resume to Program Director, Dana Jones, at email@example.com