Accredited Supports to the Community is seeking a highly professional and independent individual for a part-time Mentor opportunity working with families in our Parent-Child Assistance Program (PCAP). The Parent-Child Assistance Program is an intensive home visitation relationship based service that has demonstrated successful outcomes. The PCAP program involves collaborative work with community resources including such strategies as substance use, treatment, planned pregnancies and parenting programs.
ASC is a non-profit society who helps over 1500 families every year in South Central Alberta. Operating for 40+ years, ASC provides Community Disability Services, Support to Adults, Children Services, ParentChild Assistance Program, Healthy Family services, as well as operates the Olds Bottle Depot.
Provide advocacy services to high-risk mothers and families who have substance use issues
Perform case management activities according to PCAP policies and procedures, in a highly confidential and professional manner
Manage case load of clients and their families
Schedule and attend home visitations
Assist clients in setting goals and identify steps to achieve their goals
Identify community providers whose services are relevant to client needs
Administer assessment instruments dealing with highly sensitive and confidential information, according to PCAP policies and procedures
Collect and enter data online
Scheduling and attend appointments with community providers with whom client is involved.
Provide support with housing issues
Attend and participate in weekly individual supervision with site supervisor/coordinator to discuss client needs, goals and issues
Transport clients to appointments as needed
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