Catholic Community Services’ Counseling, Recovery & Wellness (CReW) Program is a licensed community mental health and substance use disorder treatment program and provider of the King County Behavioral Health Organization (BHO). Our program focuses on serving adults with mental illness or co-occurring disorders to help improve individuals’ quality of life. Services are provided in a variety of settings, including client’s homes, permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, homeless shelters and the streets. Our services promote: a collaborative partnership with the person served, the development of opportunities for personal growth, a commitment to community integration, goal-oriented and individualized supports, and satisfaction and success in community living.
CREW also provides Supportive Housing Services under the Medicaid Transformation Project. Supported Housing Services is an intervention for people with complex behavioral and or physical health and risk factors who would benefit from additional supports and connections to services in order to be successful in finding and maintaining housing. In this intervention, the clinician works with individuals to build rapport and develop trust in order to assist with: housing search and placement, housing stability planning, community resource linkages, care coordination with providers, and landlord-tenant mediation.
This position works independently and as part of a team to provide ongoing Pre-Tenancy and Tenancy-sustaining services to adults meeting the criteria for supportive housing services under the Medicaid Transformation Project. Work occurs in a variety of settings, including housing sites, shelters, the streets and other community locations. This position has a clinical focus within housing and shelter programs in order to promote positive health outcomes for individuals with complex needs, and so ability to work both independently and as part of a team is essential
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