Administrative Assistant (San Francisco, CA; San Mateo, CA)

The key mission of Catholic Charities Immigration Services is to assist newcomers in achieving not just legal status and economic self-sufficiency, but in becoming fully active participants in the social and civic life of our communities.
The Administrative Assistant will provide coordination, direct assistance, and follow-up to low-income clients with needs related to counseling services and immigration legal benefits. This position is primarily responsible for administrative support, maintaining oversight of the facility, monitoring the front desk and support program with data entry, client intakes, and fee reconciliation. Provide information and referrals to walk-ins or general public, among other tasks as assigned. Bilingual English/Spanish required.

This position will be based out of our San Mateo office located at 36 37th Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94403.

Case Manager (San Francisco, CA)

10th & Mission Family Housing is a 136 unit low-income housing site. Catholic Charities' Supportive Housing Program at 10th & Mission provides onsite family case management services to all residents with a focus on formerly homeless households. Families are given case management support for opportunities including educational growth and development. Families within the residential community are offered individual assessment and assistance.

The Case Manager provides crisis intervention, counseling, services, and referrals as needed for residents, with a particular emphasis on immediate needs such as budget and financial assistance, transportation, mental and physical healthcare, and children's services.

Certified Nursing Assistant (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities Peter Claver Community is a comprehensive medical residence for chronically homeless individuals living with disabling HIV/AIDS. Opened in 1985, the program marked one of the earliest attempts by any organization to aggressively serve those sick and dying from HIV/AIDS.

Catholic Charities Peter Claver Community provides permanent placement and comprehensive care to 32 San Francisco residents who have disabling HIV/AIDS, are very low income, homeless and/or struggle with major psychiatric disorders or substance abuse challenges. To minimize the utilization of hospital emergency rooms, crisis services and other publicly funded health systems, the staff is able to address most problems on-site.

The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) will provide assistance to residents in need with activities of daily living and observe for changes in residents' health status on an ongoing basis. The shifts are 8-hour days, evening, nights, and/or weekends.

Clinical Supervisor (San Francisco, CA; San Rafael, CA)

Catholic Charities Youth & Family Clinical Division provides short-term residential treatment programs in San Rafael and San Francisco.

St. Vincent's School for Boys serves boys in the child welfare system whose behaviors and family situations have kept them from achieving successful outcomes and permanency. The mission of St. Vincent's is to interrupt the multiple placements and serially disrupted attachments that characterize the lives of these children and youth. St. Vincent's provides residential treatment and mental health services to over 40 boys, ages 7-18, who are referred from county agencies throughout Northern California. The boys live in a rural setting in four residential houses which are staffed 24 hours a day, on the St. Vincent's campus in San Rafael. A combination of therapeutic, educational, equestrian, and recreational programs addresses the multiple and diverse needs of each child.

Catholic Charities San Francisco Boys' & Girls' Homes provide residential treatment and mental health services to adjudicated youth ages 12-18, most of whom are transitioning out of a juvenile hall setting. A combination of therapeutic, educational, and recreational programs address the multiple and diverse needs of each child. The youth live in two residential San Francisco houses with 8 beds each, which are staffed 24 hours a day.

The Clinical Supervisor assists the Clinical Director by providing part-time clinical supervision to St. Vincent's and Boys & Girls Home clinical staff and will be primarily located in San Francisco. Hours may be flexible between 20-30 hours/week.

Contracts Accountant (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities is the social services arm of the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of San Francisco. Founded in 1907 to care for the orphans of the San Francisco earthquake, Catholic Charities is an independent non-profit organization. All financial contributions directly support Catholic Charities programs in Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Sonoma Counties. Catholic Charities serves and advocates for the poor, the sick, the distressed, children, youth, families, immigrants, and seniors, regardless of race, religion, color, sex, age, physical or mental disability, national origin, sexual orientation, or any other basis covered by local law.

This position is responsible for contract (government grant) budget and cost compliance, monthly cost-reimbursement or unit-of-service based invoices to multiple government agencies and other nonprofit agencies and thorough supporting documentation of the budget and invoicing process. The position should understand and be supportive of the Agency's mission and client services. This position works remotely but may be instances that onsite work may necessary.

Day Camp Counselor (Occidental, CA)

Catholic Charities CYO Camp is an exciting, educational, and memorable place for youth to spend the summer. Campers develop self-confidence while making new friends and taking on new challenges as they progress from year to year. Catholic Charities CYO Camp offers unique opportunities including swimming, canoeing, archery, hiking, arts and crafts and field games. Catholic Charities CYO Camp is accredited by the American Camp Association.

Day Camp Counselors supervise campers while having fun. Day Camp Counselors are the core of the day camp experience. They create a safe, positive and playful environment for 2-12 children ages 5-12 years old within their group. Day Camp Counselors supervise campers while they attend online school and participate with their group in all camp games and activities. Day Camp Counselors are responsible for the implementation of creative ideas for group management, overseeing daily online school and assignments, daily camp activities, and supervising free time and exploration. Day Camp Counselors are responsible for assisting in resolving discipline issues within their group. They oversee the safety and wellness of all assigned campers. Day Camp Counselors enforce as safety guidelines and protocol in relation to COVID such as wearing masks, sanitation, and social distance. Onsite housing is provided for each day camp counselor.

Distance Learning Instructor (San Rafael, CA)

CYO Camp and Retreat Center is offering elementary and middle school-aged children options for Distance Learning coupled with Outdoor Enrichment during the school year with COVID safety measures in place. These learning hubs will be offered in Marin County.

The Full Day Program with Distance Learning is from 8:00AM-3:30PM, Monday-Friday. Children will participate in a small group of 14 students and 3 Instructors with time for schoolwork and plenty of outdoor activities during breaks. We plan activities around student's distance learning schedule so they can complete their online assignments while getting as much exercise and stimulation as possible. During Distance Learning sessions, Instructors assist students with organizing their schedules, help them to stay on task, complete assignments, and attend meetings. During times when students are not doing schoolwork, Instructors lead activities, interact with students, and provide supervision.

ECE Teacher (San Francisco, CA)

Treasure Island Child Development Center (TICDC) is a collaborative child-centered environment where everyone contributes and feels taken care of. Our community is a coming-together of families, teachers and staff members who express the quality and diversity of the Bay Area. Serving parents with children 3 months to 5 years of age, TICDC provides a secure and stimulating environment in a beautiful setting. Our enriched Preschool and Child Development program combines the best in early care and education with family support activities as well as resources and referrals.

We're looking for Infant, Toddler and Preschool Teachers. The Lead Teacher position is responsible for providing developmentally appropriate care and education for the children, in cooperation with parents and to work as a team to implement the philosophy, goals and objectives of the Child Development Center. The Lead Teacher position acts as a leader in assisting with the mentoring of substitute teachers, aides and interns.

Emergency Relief Specialist (San Francisco, CA)

The Emergency Relief Program (ERP), provides immediate assistance to families and individuals in San Francisco who have been economically impacted by the Covid-19 crisis, to help them maintain their housing and keep them from eviction. Service components include: documentation gathering, working with local partners, needs assessment, budget planning, and landlord mediation, referrals to tenant counseling and legal assistance, short-term case management, and access to financial/rental assistance.

The Emergency Relief Specialist is responsible for overall advocacy and support services for eligible families and individuals. These services include but are not limited to one-time rental assistance, utility payments, security deposits, and other direct financial assistance. In addition, he/she will provide housing assessment and stabilization services to families who qualify and is responsible for crisis intervention counseling and extensive coordination between the family, the property owner and all other housing-related community resources. This position will work extensively with the community agencies which are collaborative partners with our program.

Grants Manager (San Francisco, CA)

Group Counselor (Residential Counselor in STRTP) Fulltime or On-Call (San Rafael, CA)

Group Counselors (residential counselors) at Catholic Charities St. Vincent's School for Boys work to develop and maintain a secure home-like environment in which youth who have suffered severe trauma can experience stable, healthy attachments and develop age appropriate social skills and life skills aimed at healing and stabilizing the child and their family for long term success after residential treatment.

Founded in 1855, Catholic Charities St. Vincent's School for Boys is a trusted provider of high-quality care for some of the most vulnerable youth in California. With a long history of supporting youth and families heal and thrive, we offer 24-hour care and supervision to boys aged 7-19 at our beautiful campus in San Rafael, including comprehensive mental health services, educational supports, therapeutic equestrian program, independent living skills, and much more.

As a pillar of charity and justice, Catholic Charities values teamwork, respect, dignity, courage, and hope for our clients and our staff. If you truly wish to create a lasting difference in the lives of youth and families, we invite you to join our cause in this vital work.

HomeKey Transitional Shelter Housing Specialist (Corte Madera, CA)

Catholic Charities Housing Support Services "To provide individual and crisis intervention counseling and services to program clients in order to ensure opportunity for clients to maintain their housing. To implement and deliver all aspects of peer support and to assist program participants in achieving short and long term goals.”
Housing Specialist will work with families who have/had recurring episodes of homelessness into permanent housing. Families receive housing subsidies, supportive services and activities that help sustain long-term housing and self-sufficiency. The [HTS] Shelter is one of many programs that provide a continuum of services to families.
The Housing Specialist will be responsible for core housing case management, benefits advocacy, support services for physical and mental health ??" acute/chronic, and problem solving. Provide assistance to people accessing other applicable housing opportunities. Assist clients in maintaining or increasing their housing stabilization.
Housing Specialist will work to assess the Participants needs, by providing immediate services, personal goals, and services plans. This position will work with Participants around self-sufficiency, and how to maintain independence and prevent homelessness. Through the program, clients may receive case management referrals to community support and counseling.
The Housing Specialist provides advocacy and referral services as needed to Participants, and where possible, assist with maintaining housing.

Housing Specialist Case Manager II (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities Housing Support Services "Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS" [HOPWA] Housing Specialist will work with and link individuals and families in the community with chronic/disabling HIV/AIDS whose lives would be enriched by shallow rental subsidies. The Housing Specialist will be responsible for core housing case management ["Light Touch"], benefits advocacy, support services for physical and mental health ??" acute/chronic, and problem solving. Provide assistance to people accessing the HOPWA Rent Subsidy Program or other applicable housing opportunities. Assist clients in maintaining or increasing their housing stabilization.
Housing Specialist will work to assess the Participants needs, by providing immediate services, personal goals, and services plans. This position will work with Participants around self-sufficiency, and how to maintain independence and prevent homelessness. Through the program, clients may receive case management referrals to community support and counseling.
The Housing Specialist provides advocacy and referral services as needed to Participants, and where possible assist with maintaining housing.

Housing Specialist Temporary (San Francisco, CA)

This position supports providing housing placement and comprehensive on-site residential nursing care to San Francisco residents who have to disable HIV/AIDS, are of low income, homeless, and most of whom struggle with major psychiatric disorders and substance use challenges.

The Housing Specialist is responsible for overall advocacy and support services to eligible individuals. These services include but are not limited to: housing coordination with clients and service providers of receiving programs, one-time rental assistance, security deposits, and other direct financial assistance. Also, they will provide housing assessment and stabilization services to individuals who qualify, and is responsible for crisis intervention counseling and extensive coordination between the program, landlord, and all other housing-related community resources. This position will work extensively with the community agencies which are collaborative partners with our program.

Human Resources- People and Culture Advisor (San Rafael, CA)

Founded in 1907, Catholic Charities San Francisco (CCSF) operates as an independent non-profit organization and is the social service agency of the San Francisco Archdiocese. Our mission is to serve and advocate for the poor, the sick, the distressed, children, youth, families, immigrants, and seniors, regardless of race, religion, color, sex/gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, national origin, sexual orientation, or any other basis covered by the law.

Under minimal supervision of the Director of People and Culture, the People and Culture Advisor is responsible for the employee's Human Resources needs. The People and Culture Advisor is a one-stop shop for HR matters.

Immigration Attorney (San Francisco, CA)

This experienced immigration attorney will provide robust direct representation to individuals and families in the SF Bay Area including removal defense, affirmative matters before the USCIS and other relevant agencies, and any other related appearances. This position serves clients from all over the Bay Area and will be based out of one of our San Francisco offices and/or San Mateo office.

While remote flexibility could be a potential option, we want to ensure the best client experience remains our Mission and priority.

Immigration Legal Assistant (San Francisco, CA)

Founded in 1907 and rooted in our faith traditions of charity and justice, Catholic Charities supports families, aging adults and adults with disabilities, and youth through human services and opportunities for healthy growth and development. Catholic Charities Immigration Services assists newcomers in achieving not just legal status and economic self-sufficiency, but in becoming fully active participants in the social and civic life of our communities.

The Immigration Legal Assistant will provide coordination, direct assistance and follow-up to low-income clients with needs related to immigration legal benefits. The services include, among others, scheduling appointments, completing forms instituted by the US Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) on behalf of clients always under the supervision and final review of a Department of Justice (DOJ) accredited representative and/or attorney, follow-up services for those who previously attended workshops, and answering client queries both telephonically and in person. Additionally, provides administrative support to the program, including data entry, client intakes, fee reconciliation, creation and management of master/waiting list for difference legal service lines.

This position serves clients from all over the Bay Area. This position will be based out of one of our offices located in San Francisco or San Mateo.

Immigration Program Manager (San Mateo, CA; San Francisco, CA)

Founded in 1907 and rooted in our traditions of charity, justice, and equality, Catholic Charities supports families, aging adults and adults with disabilities, and youth through human services and healthy growth and development opportunities. The key mission of Catholic Charities Immigration Legal & Support Services is to assist newcomers in achieving not just legal status and economic self-sufficiency, but in becoming fully active participants in the social and civic life of our communities.
The Immigration Program Manager is responsible for the oversight of the Center's Affirmative program (A-Team) and service delivery and compliance with agency, community, and funder standards. This includes ensuring the coordination of services within the program, reviewing of caseload, and assigning cases. In collaboration with the Chief Counsel, the Program Manager will help implement systems to ensure the efficiency and integrity of services provided. In collaboration with the Chief Counsel and Operations Manager, the Program Manager will provide input for the Center's budget and financial health.

Licensed Therapist- San Francisco and San Rafael (San Francisco, CA; San Francisco, CA; San Rafael, CA)

St. Vincent's School for Boys is an STRTP serving boys in the child welfare system whose behaviors and family situations have kept them from achieving successful outcomes and permanency. The mission of St. Vincent's is to interrupt the multiple placements and serially disrupted attachments that characterize the lives of these children and youth.

St. Vincent's provides residential treatment and mental health services to over 40 boys, ages 6-18, who are referred from county agencies throughout Northern California. Our clinical focus is on attachment and trauma recovery. The boys live in a rural setting in four residential houses which are staffed 24 hours a day, on the St. Vincent's campus. A combination of therapeutic, educational, equestrian, and recreational programs address the multiple and diverse needs of each child. The average length of treatment is between 12-18 months.
The staff psychotherapist is a member of the Clinical Department and reports to the Senior Clinical Supervisor. The therapist is responsible for evaluation, assessment, therapy, and case management. In addition to the provision of individual, group and family therapy, the therapist is responsible for treatment planning and documentation.

Licensed Therapist- San Francisco and San Rafael (San Francisco, CA; San Francisco, CA; San Rafael, CA)

St. Vincent's School for Boys is an STRTP serving boys in the child welfare system whose behaviors and family situations have kept them from achieving successful outcomes and permanency. The mission of St. Vincent's is to interrupt the multiple placements and serially disrupted attachments that characterize the lives of these children and youth.

St. Vincent's provides residential treatment and mental health services to over 40 boys, ages 6-18, who are referred from county agencies throughout Northern California. Our clinical focus is on attachment and trauma recovery. The boys live in a rural setting in four residential houses which are staffed 24 hours a day, on the St. Vincent's campus. A combination of therapeutic, educational, equestrian, and recreational programs address the multiple and diverse needs of each child. The average length of treatment is between 12-18 months.
The staff psychotherapist is a member of the Clinical Department and reports to the Senior Clinical Supervisor. The therapist is responsible for evaluation, assessment, therapy, and case management. In addition to the provision of individual, group and family therapy, the therapist is responsible for treatment planning and documentation.

On Call Food Services Worker (San Francisco, CA)

Peter Claver Community is a comprehensive medical residence for chronically homeless individuals living with disabling HIV/AIDS. Opened in 1985, the program marked one of the earliest attempts by an organization to aggressively serve those sick and dying from HIV/AIDS.

Peter Claver Community provides permanent placement and comprehensive care to 32 San Francisco residents who have disabling HIV/AIDS, are very low income, homeless, and/or struggle with major psychiatric disorders or substance abuse challenges. To minimize the utilization of hospital emergency rooms, crisis services, and other publicly funded health systems, the staff is able to address most problems on-site.

The On-call Food Service Worker prepares meals and snacks for the residents of Peter Claver Community.
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Operations Manager (San Mateo, CA; San Francisco, CA)

Founded in 1907 and rooted in our traditions of charity, justice, and equality, Catholic Charities supports families, aging adults and adults with disabilities, and youth through human services and healthy growth and development opportunities. The key mission of Catholic Charities Immigration Legal and Support services (CILSS) is to assist newcomers in achieving not just legal status and economic self-sufficiency, but in becoming fully active participants in the social and civic life of our communities.
CILSS's Operations Manager, in collaboration with, and under the direction of, Chief Counsel, will create and manage long-term financial goals, contracts/grants, and the overall budget of CILSS. They will work with the Development department to secure additional funding for the success of the program and assist in fundraising goals for the program. They will prepare regular financial and other reports as needed for Chief Counsel and funders. In addition, CILSS' Operations Manager will work closely with the Program Managers and Chief Counsel to ensure that quotas for paid legal cases are being met by program staff.
This position services clients from all over the Bay Area, particularly San Francisco, Marin, and San Mateo counties, and will be based out of our San Francisco and/or San Mateo office.

Registered Nurse (San Rafael, CA)

Catholic Charities St. Vincent's School for Boys is a licensed Short-Term Residential Therapeutic Program (STRTP) that serves boys in the child welfare system whose behaviors and family situations have kept them from achieving successful outcomes and permanency. The mission of St. Vincent's is to interrupt the multiple placements and serially disrupted attachments that characterize the lives of these children and youth. St. Vincent's provides residential treatment and mental health services to over 40 boys, ages 7-18, who are referred from county agencies throughout Northern California. The boys live in a rural setting in four residential houses which are staffed 24 hours a day, on the St. Vincent's campus in San Rafael. A combination of therapeutic, educational, equestrian, and recreational programs addresses the multiple and diverse needs of each child.

The Registered Nurse is responsible to the Clinical Director of St. Vincent's School for Boys for the planning, coordination, and implementation of the comprehensive health care program. The Registered Nurse works closely with the psychiatrist, nurse practitioner, and medical doctors to provide services to the residents. They are responsible for the acquisition, dissemination, and documentation of medication and other treatments as ordered by physicians, and are responsible for the training of child care staff in these matters.

Registered Nurse Case Manager (San Francisco, CA)

Peter Claver Community is a 32 bed residential facility (RCFCI) that provides permanent housing placement and comprehensive on-site residential nursing care to San Francisco residents who have disabling HIV/AIDS, are of low income, homeless, and most of whom struggle with major psychiatric disorders and substance use challenges. The RN Case Manager oversees the nursing staff to ensure client care. This position is 40 hours per week. Peter Calver Community is a program of Catholic Charities.

The RN Case Manager works with the CNAs, LVNs and Social Work Case Managers to ensure that residents at PCC receive the appropriate level of health services, provides ongoing client assessment and consultation, and provides assistance with medication management.

Rehabilitation Specialist (San Rafael, CA)

St. Vincent's School for Boys is a Short Term Residential Therapeutic Program (STRTP) serving boys in the child welfare system whose behaviors and family situations have kept them from achieving successful outcomes and permanency. The mission of St. Vincent's is to interrupt the multiple placements and serially disrupted attachments that characterize the lives of these children and youth.
St. Vincent's provides residential treatment and mental health services to over 40 boys, ages 6-18, who are referred from county agencies throughout Northern California. Our clinical focus is on attachment and trauma recovery. The boys live in a rural setting in four residential houses which are staffed 24 hours a day, on the St. Vincent's campus. A combination of therapeutic, educational, equestrian, and recreational programs address the multiple and diverse needs of each child. The average length of treatment is between 12-18 months.

Residential Assistant- On Call (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities St. Joseph's Family Center is one of three emergency family housing facilities offering shelter to San Francisco families prior to transition into long-term or supportive housing.

Through Catholic Charities St. Joseph's Family Center program, families receive three to six months emergency shelter, three meals daily, on-site case management, counseling and crisis intervention. With assistance from staff, families are assessed and referred to relevant agencies. In addition, St. Joseph's offers money management and job search support, parenting workshops and activity programs geared to assist families in maintaining healthy relationships

The on-call position functions as needed to cover for regularly scheduled Residential Assistants.

Residential Counselor working with Boys in San Francisco FULLTIME (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities San Francisco operate two short term residential therapeutic programs (STRTPs) in San Francisco, one for adjudicated teen boys, another for adjudicated teen girls, ages 13-18. The San Francisco Boys and Girls Homes' (SFBGH) are an alternative to incarceration and provide vulnerable youth a highly structured environment, staffed 24 hours a day, plus a host of mental health and rehabilitative services.

The SFBGH Girls program serves pre- and post adjudicated teen girls ages 13-18. This program is partially funded through a city grant from the Department of Children Youth and Families (DCYF) supporting the comprehensive staffing and services that these vulnerable girls receive, towards keeping the girls in their community and reinforcing their healthy connections and pro social behavior.

The STRTP Counselor position is integral to maintaining a caring and structured environment for these young and teenage girls. The STRTP Counselor is a member of a collaborative team that supports  and maintains a home like environment in which the girls, many of whom have experienced familial and/or environmental trauma, can feel safe and heard and develop more appropriate social skills. STRTP Counselors operate as caregivers, supporting their daily activities, transporting them to school, participating in meetings as indicated, preparing meals, and overseeing chores and regulating behavior for young and teenage girls who have been severely abused and/or neglected.

Shelter Advocate (Temporary) (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities is one of the largest, most comprehensive human services agencies in Northern California, reaching more than 32,000 individuals a year in San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin counties. We tackle some of the most pressing challenges in our community ?" homelessness, generational poverty, inequality, aging in isolation, HIV-AIDS, and immigration to name a few ?" with determination, expertise, and collaborative problem-solving with those we serve. As an integral part of our communities, we work to keep our neighborhoods diverse, productive, safe, and healthy through our more than 30 programs, comprehensive services, and social justice advocacy. We bolster our neighbors ?" single mothers, adults, and families experiencing homelessness, adults with disabilities, seniors, children and youth, people living with HIV/AIDS, and immigrants ?" when they need help, solutions, and hope. We are compassionate caregivers, ardent advocates, and champions of those in need. If you are eager to have a substantive impact on the lives of others and the health of our community, apply here. Join us as we change lives.

Shelter Advocate TEMPORARY (Corte Madera, CA)

Catholic Charities Housing Support Services "To provide individual and crisis intervention counseling and services to program clients in order to ensure opportunity for clients to maintain their housing.  To implement and deliver all aspects of peer support and to assist program participants in achieving short and long term goals.”
Shelter Advocate [SA-SIP] Specific duties include the completion of intakes, the answering of telephones, the monitoring of client activities, the maintenance of safety and security and monitoring of the security system, connection of clients to a case manager, and Program Leadership. The schedule for this position provides for multiple shifts 4 or 8-hour segments; [1st Shift Day, 2nd Shift Midday Shift, 3rd Afternoon Shift 4th Shift Graveyard - Fixed Shift/ Rotating] Successful candidates must have the ability to cover various shifts, including weekends and holidays. This position reports to Program Leadership.
The Shelter Advocate [SA-SIP] will work with families who have/had recurring episodes of homelessness into permanent housing.  Families receive housing subsidies, supportive services, and activities that help sustain long-term housing and self-sufficiency. The [SA-SIP] Shelter is one of many programs that provide a continuum of services to families. 
The Shelter Advocate t [SA-SIP] will be responsible for core housing support services for physical and mental health ??" acute/chronic, and problem-solving. Provide assistance to clients in maintaining or increasing their housing stabilization.
Shelter Advocate [SA-SIP] will work to support Participants' needs, by providing immediate assistance. This position will work with Participants around self-sufficiency, and how to maintain independence and prevent homelessness. Through the program, clients may receive case management referrals to community support and counseling.
The Shelter Advocate [SA-SIP]provides advocacy and assistance where possible, assist with maintaining housing.
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Social Worker, Aging (San Francisco, CA)

Catholic Charities' Aging Case Management program assists seniors at every point in the spectrum of care whether they are transitioning back home from hospitalization or are experiencing an age-related decline in health that will require ongoing support. Case management provides connections to community care services like home-delivered meals, environmental safety checks, patient advocacy, and psychological and emotional support. Based at the OMI Senior Center, our case management is recognized as a not-for-profit, full-service program providing much-needed services and empowerment to the aging and impaired adults' population in order to prevent their premature placement in facilities.

CLF Intensive Case Manager will provide intensive case management services for a caseload of 17-22 clients who participate in Community Living Fund (CLF). She/he will be responsible for the assessment of clients who may exhibit multiple medical and psychosocial problems. She/he will plan and monitor services and interventions ensuring the provision of quality care, supporting the advancement of Catholic Charities' mission.

Team Leader (Corte Madera, CA)

The Catholic Charities HomeKey Transitional Shelter [HTS] providing homeless families who are vulnerable to COVID-19 with a safe and healthy place to stay during the pandemic. The HTS site coordinates with the Marin County Coordinated Entry Program/Homeless Response System, which connects families experiencing homelessness to available community resources (shelters or housing), based on a family's living situation and vulnerability.
The Team Leader will assists in providing our clients/resident an environment to begin addressing aspects of their lives in a safe and peaceful setting. The (TLSS) supervises the Residential Team responsible for maintaining the safety, integrity, and security of the SIP site. The (TLSS) carries out advanced administrative functions to support the Program in its overall operations. Through effective communication, The (TLSS) relay relevant information to the clinical team and assist in crisis intervention as needed.

Therapeutic Behavioral Specialist (San Rafael, CA)

St. Vincent's provides residential treatment and mental health services to over 85 boys, ages 7-18, who are referred from in-patient psychiatric facilities and county agencies throughout Northern California each year. A combination of therapeutic, educational, day treatment, and recreational programs address the multiple and diverse needs of each child. The boys live in five residential houses, which are staffed 24 hours a day, on the St. Vincent's campus.

Therapeutic Behavioral Services workers are responsible for providing behavioral management of individual children through the use of Cognative Behavioral Therapy and other evidence based services, extensive case documentation, development of goal based behavioral treatment planning, and consultation with residential staff and supervision meetings.

Youth Activity Educator (Occidental, CA)

Caritas Creek at CYO Camp is looking for enthusiastic educators to deliver a brand new virtual retreat program to our Catholic School communities. Our dedicated distance learning team will be delivering five, 60-minute long science lessons from our beautiful 215-acre redwood forest. This curriculum will feature connections to Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), the Caritas themes and messaging from Pope Francis' Encyclicals, Laudato Si (Care of our common home) and Fratelli Tutti (Fraternity and social friendship). Our team will use videos filmed on our property in combination with an interactive online platform to deliver this program. All programing will be deeply rooted in the mission of Caritas Creek: to deepen student's connection to Self, Others, Nature and God.

CYO Camp and Retreat Center normally offers residential camping adventures and retreat opportunities to youth and adults year-round. CYO Camp and Retreat Center reaches out to people of all backgrounds throughout the greater Bay Area including the most economically impacted and underserved urban areas.
Normally, Caritas Creek at CYO Camp offers residential camping adventures and environmental education opportunities to schools from the Bay Area. During the Covid 19 crisis, we are offering distance learning hubs and online retreats.

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