The Adult Mental Health and Substance Abuse Complex Care Worker is responsible for working in collaboration with program clinical partner(s) to provide life skills and support services to adults who may experience one or more of the following: long-term homelessness, has been unable to maintain housing, substance use, brain injury, mental health disorders, justice involvement, and/or street entrenchment.
To provide direct care and support to the person in the resource you are assigned to and to ensure general upkeep and maintenance of the resource itself. Ensures the persons’ physical, emotional social, educational, medical needs are met. Assist person to enhance quality of life with activities of daily living and the development of life skills.
Reporting to the Director, a Program Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of youth and/or adult resource homes. Ensuring a trauma informed and person-centered approach with both persons served and employees. As a key member of the leadership team the Program Manager oversees all aspects of the individual resource homes, youth and/or adult services including communication with their natural and paid supports and engagement with MCFD or CLBC. In addition, ensuring compliance with CARF standards, funder and company policies & procedures and licensing standards.