Fixed-term | Hobart | Closes 14-01-2021
Part of a Crisis and Transitional response initiative (CATI) to men’s homelessness
- Providing intake, assessment, recovery and rehabilitation support, including referral and exit pathway planning to support homeless men with mental health and complex support needs, including AOD use, living in crisis and transitional accommodation at Bethlehem House
Bethlehem House is developing its Crisis and Transitional Response initiative (CATI) to work with participants to address key areas that support homeless men who have mental health issues and co-morbidities, so they can transition into successful tenancies and participate in their communities. Using a community recovery model, the Co-located MH/AOD RRR Support Worker will provide practical support to people experiencing poor mental health and/ or drug and alcohol related issues by working with participants to address key areas that support the development of decision making skills, social skills, independent living skills, community access, healthy lifestyle, self-identity, self-esteem and resilience.
Applications close 9am, Monday January 11 2021.