The mission of Jubilee Housing is building diverse, compassionate communities that create opportunities for everyone to thrive. Since 1973, Jubilee has worked to provide high quality affordable housing and holistic support to those experiencing persistent economic hardship in the Adams Morgan and Columbia Heights neighborhoods of Washington D.C. Jubilee operates ten properties totaling 299 units of affordable housing and offers robust programming for residents and community members pursuing life goals.
Jubilee Housing is an innovator in financing for affordable housing and a responsible steward of the investments it receives. Jubilee produces not simply affordable housing, but justice housing.
Justice housing is affordable to those with few financial assets, located in neighborhoods where resources such as good schools, grocery stores, and public transportation are readily accessible and near services that support residents as they pursue educational and career attainment.
Jubilee is seeking individuals who are excited about this concept and want to work with us to ensure Justice Housing becomes a reality for all Jubilee Residents who want to be a part of the Justice Housing Community
The Re-entry Case Manager works closely with Re-entry Team to support the re-entry needs of men and women living in Jubilee’s transitional supportive housing and long-term affordable housing settings following a period of incarceration. The Case Manager works with the team to create and nurture a transformative community experience, where peers support each other and residents receive support and accountability in their reintegration journey. The Case Manager will empower residents in our housing programming by assessing their needs, developing transition plans, monitoring progress towards individual goals, leading life skills recovery groups, and facilitating interdisciplinary approaches to care based on resident needs.
Primary responsibilities include:
- Provide comprehensive, holistic, wraparound case management services to support the re-entry needs of men and women who have returned to the community following incarceration
- Make referrals to appropriate agencies, services, and/or organizations to address the client’s sobriety, social services and mental health needs within the program; monitors progress and maintains contact with all necessary collateral services.
- Develop individualized treatment plans to address recovery needs (sobriety, mental health and physical wellness), program goals, employment, and budgeting to ensure program success
- Lead recovery focused life skills groups on a weekly basis designed to address sobriety needs, develop positive decision making and deter recidivism
- Maintain accurate, complete and current files on all residents on caseload.
- Monitor their participation in the treatment program through case management appointments, reviewing progress reports, and conferencing cases with treatment personnel
- Collaborate with partnering Criminal Justice agencies to build relationships and provide linkage to services for participants
- Ensure that residents are fully engaged in the planning process and clearly understand responsibilities, expectations and consequences of the program
- Build partnerships with and serve as liaison to other community programs, employers, collaborative groups and government agencies to meet the needs of reentering citizens.
- Actively engage and energize Jubilee staff members, volunteers, board members, committees, partnering organizations, donors, and grant funders
- Other duties as assigned
Work hours may vary periodically based on program needs.
- Bachelor’s degree in Forensic Psychology, Psychology, Criminal Justice or behavioral science preferred, or a significant combination of education and experience in mental health, substance abuse or criminal justice considered.
- Justice-involved individuals are encouraged to apply. Personal experience returning from incarceration is highly valued by the organization and can be considered in lieu of other qualifications.
- Good communication skills, both oral and written. Ability to work cooperatively with treatment and criminal justice systems.
- Skill and passion in establishing a healing community that helps transform past trauma and prepare for new behaviors and outcomes.
- Must be proficient in computer applications or other automated systems such as spreadsheets, Microsoft Office applications, calendar, and email and/or database software necessary to perform work assignments
- Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people
- Passion, idealism, integrity, positive attitude, mission-driven, and self-directed
- Willingness to work a flexible schedule to meet the needs of working residents.
- Willingness to travel inside prisons and jails that house men and women
- Strong sense of self and capacity to observe healthy boundaries in relationships.
- Exposure to addictions recovery, mental health support, etc.
- Strong documentation skills, decision making, people skills, resolving conflict, people management and integrity.
- Master degree in Human Services, Social Work or Criminal Justice.
- Training in Motivational Interviewing or trauma-informed care
- 3 years of experience with justice involved citizens
Salary and Benefits
This is a full-time salaried position with a salary of $50,000.00. Benefits include health, vision, and dental insurance, STD, LTD, and Life insurances, paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, transportation stipend and a matched contribution retirement plan.
Please email your resume, a cover letter, and include why you would be an ideal candidate for this position, and how you learned of this position to email@example.com. Please reference the “Re-entry Case Manager” in the subject line.