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  • Prevention Navigator
    Act as a neutral third party coach, mediator and conciliator to assist clients who are at imminent risk of losing housing from becoming homeless. Specifically by using an empowerment approach based on conflict theory to bolster the clients own ability to think for themselves, develop a plan based on their strengths and ultimately implement that plan for themselves. The prevention navigator will also provide coaching and conflict resolution services to assist clients in resolving conflicts that maybe be endangering current or future housing; including but not limited to negotiating, mediating and conciliating between clients and landlords, property managers and/or friends, family and neighbors. The Navigator will be a member of a larger team of Navigators, serving throughout Snohomish County.
  • Assertive Engagement Specialist
    Incumbent is responsible for triaging and assisting all families referred from the Housing Authority of Snohomish County (HASCO) that are experiencing homelessness and in need of rapid housing services and to provide a full range of case management services with a wide variety of clients that are facing homelessness.
  • Development Director
    The incumbent is responsible for developing, managing and coordinating fundraising activities for the Programs and Organizational needs. Conceives, develops, and prepares plans, strategy and methods to be used to achieve desired goals.
  • Direct Support Professional
    Direct Support Professionals (DSP) provide support and training to the DS program clients by assisting them in the core service areas of: health and safety, personal power and choice, positive recognition by self and others, community integration, constructive relationships, and building skill competence.
  • Triage/ Crisis Line Clinician
    Triage/Crisis Line Clinicians perform the mental health professional function for the NSMHA Integrated Crisis Response System by providing professional assessment and crisis intervention to NSMHA service recipients, deciding when face-to face services are needed and dispatch Crisis Outreach and DMHP/DCR staff as appropriate