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Bilingual Social Worker
Trinity Healing Center, Inc.
LMSW or LCSW to provide counseling services at Trinity Healing Center in Brooklyn, NY.
Pubic Awareness Coordinator
Our House, Inc.
Full job description is located here. BE HIRED POSITIONS:
(Work Schedule will be set bi-weekly)
Executive Director & Healthy Relationship Director
SALARY: Hourly
$12.50 per hour x 32 hours, health, life, vision, and dental
WORK LOCATION: Bolivar, Leflore, Holmes,
Humphreys, Sunflower, and Washington MS Counties
Focus is with African Americans, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Stalking and Sexual Assault survivors

The ideal candidate for this position will bring a variety of
experiences and attributes to Our House, including:
Fluency in English
At least 2-3 years of experience in community outreach,
advocacy, training, and communications with
underserved or culturally specific communities
Proficient in social media (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn)
and with writing for the web for different audiences
Experience with WordPress, Adobe Creative Suite and
MS Office preferred
Self-starter with demonstrated ability to work
independently under tight deadlines
Must have excellent writing and organizational skills,
with high attention to detail
Strong interpersonal skills and an outgoing personality
Ability to stay up to date with current news, trends, and
Take initiative and is open to continuous learning

Background Checks: All

Healthy Relationship Advocate
Our House, Inc.
Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
Classification: Hourly
Rate of pay: $10.50 – 16.15 range
Grant: Rural Interpersonal Violence Grant
Work Location: 8 rural counties – base 1213 VFW Road,
Greenville, MS: Bolivar, Carroll, Grenada, Humphreys,
Leflore, Montgomery, Sharkey and Washington (Primary
counties: Carroll, Grenada, Leflore, Montgomery, &
Primary Victims to be served African American
youth/young adults, ages 12-21 in 9 rural counties:
 Domestic Violence;
 Dating Violence;
 Stalking; and,
 Sexual Assault
 Provide encouragement and support for all clients to
achieve goals and action steps they have identified;
 Set-up support groups for survivors;
 Attend Healthy Relationship Sessions at school sites;
 Assist with data input into Survey Monkey,
EmpowerDB and Excel; and
 Document client services.
 Provide regular check-ins with clients;
 Assist in answering the 24-hour crisis hotline;
 Provide information on victimization;
 Assist clients with filing victim compensations
 Provide transportation for clients;
 Provide information on crime prevention;
 Provide information on victims' legal rights and
 Provide information on the criminal justice process
Make referrals to licensed counselors for individual and group sessions;
 Help victims with safety planning;
Assist with Volunteer Services;
 Provide referrals for other services for victims;
 Assure that all clients are treated with respect and dignity regardless of race, ethnic
background, marital status, gender, or socioeconomic background;
 Assist with sharing our services with other agencies; and
 Attend collaboration meetings as assigned
Licensed Counselor
Our House, Inc.
HOURS: 32– 40 hours per week, full-time position with
benefits (Weekly hours will sometimes include weekend
SALARY Includes: Health, Life, Vision, and Dental
Insurance, range - $36,000 to $46,000
Classification: Exempt status full time and contractual parttime
WORK SETTING: Requires on-site and fieldwork during
times of acute crisis. Due to the nature of the work, this
position will require some on-call, weekends, holidays, and
evening work.
B Sexual Assault
B Bullying
B Domestic/Dating Violence
B Human Trafficking
B Stalking
FUNDING SOURCES: Rural Grant 100%, SASP Grant
50%, SSFF Grant 100%
SERVICE AREAS: Washington, Bolivar, Sunflower, Holmes, Humphreys, and Leflore Counties
As required by State law
Will maintain professional licensure per state
requirements JOB SUMMARY:
B This person will provide psychological support to individuals and families (all ages)
effected by interpersonal violence.
B Must be compassionate.
B This person must be resourceful and able to connect clients with appropriate resources to
help them feel safe and supported.
B This person will offer social services by providing mentorship, counseling, legal
assistance and/or assistance with domestic issues.
B The Licensed Counselor should understand his/her own limitations, seeking advice and
assistance when necessary.
B Must have the ability to work independent with limited supervision.
B Ability to perceive individual needs of victims of interpersonal violence and
conceptualize these needs in terms of emotion wellbeing and development of human
growth and then introduce program opportunities which meet the individual needs and enhance the quality of life for the clientele
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Hope Friendship Center
We are seeking a Licensed Clinician: LCSW, LPC/LCMHC, LPA, LMFT or LCAS to join our team! You will provide Clinical Assessments and individual/Group outpatient therapy.

The therapist, under the direction and supervision of the Executive Director and Clinical Director is responsible for providing and coordinating therapeutic services to consumers seeking outpatient treatment services.The therapist is responsible for all functions related to managing, supporting, and facilitating appropriate services to meet the needs of consumers and families with substance abuse and mental health issues.
Bilingual Case Manager
Asian Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project (DVRP)
The Bilingual Case Manager is a full-time (35 hours per week), exempt position in DVRP’s Survivor Services Program. We are seeking a candidate with experience working in and within the Asian/Pacific Islander community. The position holder works closely with domestic violence and sexual assault survivors, providing direct case management services. Although this position will mostly be during the weekday hours of 9am — 5:00pm, it may require work on weekends and evenings. The applicant must be authorized to work in the United States. This position reports to the Survivor Services Program Director.
*DVRP currently operates on a hybrid mode of working: Working from office space for 2 days a week in our office in Washington, DC and remotely for 3 days a week.
Full-Time Language Access Program Coordinator
The Language Access Program Coordinator will oversee the operation of our Interpreter Bank, coordinate training and scheduling for our interpreter team, manage relations with agency users of the bank, and provide critical interpretation and translation services. Additionally, will play a pivotal role in advocating for Language Justice and Language Access, including delivering presentations to raise awareness.

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