Client and Community Advocate-TSH. Part-time, non-exempt, 25 hours per week. Qualifications: Bachelor degree or 5 years’ experience working with a domestic and/or sexual violence program. Previous experience/training preferred. Coordinates and provides transitional housing assistance and resource information to residential and non-residential clients. Services include, but are not limited to transitional housing assistance and advocacy, counseling, supportive services and life skills education and referrals for adults and children.
Client and Community Advocate-DV. Full time, non-exempt, 37.5-40 hours per week. Qualifications: Bachelor degree or 5 years’ experience working with a domestic and/or sexual violence program. Previous experience/training preferred. Provides professional counseling, advocacy and prevention services. Services include, but are not limited to, crisis intervention, individual and group support, advocacy, education and counseling, after hour crisis response team, and criminal justice support to victims of intimate partner violence and their children. Also provides residential and non-residential children’s services. The scope of violence includes domestic violence, dating violence, sexual violence and stalking.
Sexual Assault Advocate. Full time, non-exempt, 37.5-40 hours per week. Qualifications: Licensed Master’s Degree in social work, psychology, or counseling (or eligible to obtain license). Previous experience and training preferred on the dynamics of sexual assault outside the context of intimate partner. Previous experience and training in the provision of counseling, crisis intervention, and group dynamics. Provides and coordinates the delivery of quality professional counseling, advocacy and outreach services. Services include, but are not limited to, crisis intervention, individual and group support, advocacy, education and counseling, after hour crisis response team, outreach and criminal justice support to victims of sexual violence outside the context of intimate partner violence (IPV) and their significant others/secondary victims.
We could use your help.
Statistics show that one in every four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. We all know someone who has gone through this pain. SafeCenter could use your help reaching this vulnerable segment of our society: the women and children whose lives have been affected by violence. By volunteering your time or giving your financial support, you can help us give survivors of domestic and sexual violence the tools to empower themselves to move forward with their lives.Consider contacting SafeCenter to offer help in a variety of ways, or become a financial contributor to this vital community service. Your gift of time can be invaluable in providing the care and comfort these survivors require. Your monetary investment in our programs and services will also make a real difference as your dollars will go directly to programs and services benefitting those most in need.
Call SafeCenter’s Counseling and Administrative Office at 989.723.9716 or email email@example.com for more information on how you can help.
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