Conduct intakes and comprehensive assessments.
Develop short and long term, client driven and trauma informed strategies to meet survivors' needs in the areas of housing, public benefits, employment, financial management, etc.
Provide accompaniment on a case by case basis. Provide translation as necessary.
Identify needs and provide advocacy on issues such as criminal/civil justice remedies, (including letters of support and/or affidavits of support).
Provide support, education, referrals, safety planning
Make appropriate referrals for other services and provide follow-up.
Document services and case information. Documentation includes collect evidence of abuse that could aid with civil legal remedies and/or prosecutions.
Participate in supervision, case planning conferences, Staff agency meeting and trainings.
Participate in community outreach, awareness campaigns, special events and /or educational workshops as needed.
Facilitate annual Leadership Empowerment Training.
Additional related duties may be assigned.
Fully Bilingual (Spanish/English)
Experience in the area of intimate partner violence.
Knowledgeable in working with diverse communities, particularly Latino/people of color and low income populations.
Must have effective listening skills/assertive, and able to work both independently and in a team.
Excellent writing and documenting skills.
Social Media savvy.
Bachelor’s Degree in Social Services, Social Work, Psychology, or related field/experience.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office & Excel
Job Type: Full-time