Case Manager


Youth Homes is currently hiring a Case Manager to join our mission of providing the highest quality care to youth in urgent need of a safe, structured place to heal and call home. Youth Homes’ Case Managers provide an array of case coordination and support to youth residing at Youth Homes’ Shelter Group Homes. Additional emphasis will be directed to assisting youth in establishing and maintaining relationships with family, fictive kin, or other branches of potential support and preparing youth for transition to adulthood and independence. Relationship lies at the core of our philosophies, and as recent research and our decades of experience have shown us, providing youth with the opportunity to build positive relationships with trusting adults can have a meaningful, life-long impact on all involved.

We care about your:
Time off: Vacation is important! Annual leave up to 80 hours per year and bonus leave at the rate of 16 hours or each year of employment up to a maximum accrual rate of 112 hours per year. (WOW! Almost 5 weeks of vacation total!).
Health: Health insurance (Youth Homes pays 85% of employee’s premium, HSA contributions up to $100/month, optional dental and vision insurance.
Time for your health: Exceptional leave (illness or injury) up to 96 hours per year.
Preparation for the future: 401(k) retirement account. Youth Homes will match two-to-one up to 3% of the employee’s gross wages.
Investing in you: Paid trainings, individual supervision, and annual raises.
Peace of mind, just in case: Long-term Disability and Life insurance. Youth Homes pays 100%.

Who are we looking for?
A responsible adult to provide individualized support to youth in care related to the following core areas:
Care Coordination: This includes participation in the development of a Care Plan with active participation of the youth.
Coordination of services and advocacy on behalf of assigned youth.
The implementation of an array of activities designed to improve family engagement and other supports that can expand a youth’s “web of belonging” both during and after residing at Youth Homes.
Identifying, facilitating, developing and/or providing educational/vocational/life skills training to prepare the youth for transition into adulthood.
Providing post-discharge follow-up and support to youth.
Complete accurate and timely documentation of project-related activities.
Participate in training and meetings with other Case Managers to coordinate implementation, share experiences, improve model, and accurately evaluate the program.
Serve as a positive role model.
Support a cooperative and collaborative staff team environment.

Are you looking for us?
If you’re seeking meaningful work that is both challenging and rewarding, Youth Homes could be just the place for you!

We encourage you to apply today to learn more about this important opportunity to support youth in your local community. We can’t wait to meet you.

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