Offering you opportunities to work in a challenging career in Human Services.
We recognize and appreciate the contribution each employee makes to the well-being of our organization, and to the delivery of service to people. In turn, we endeavour to provide employment which is rewarding, both professionally and personally.
We are committed to fairness and equity in its employment practices, to fostering a work environment that is characterized by dignity, courtesy, and respect and in which there are opportunities for challenge, broadening experiences and advancement. We are also committed to providing employees with support, recognition and appreciation for their contribution.
Crisis Response Worker - Call Diversion Unit (CDU)
2 full-time contact positions to March 31, 2021 - apply by October 29, 2020. 1 part time contract to March 31, 2021 - apply by October 29, 2020.
The Call Diversion Unit - Crisis Response Worker in collaboration with the York Regional Police Department, work to divert non-emergent mental health and addiction related 911 calls. In collaboration with York Regional Police, the Crisis Response Worker will review calls for service that involve mental health and/or addiction concerns and other psychosocial issues. The purpose of the unit is to decrease the non-emergency crisis calls for service for front line officers and reduce the use of these personnel for non-emergency responses.
Mental Health Case Manager - Flexible Supports
Full time contract position to March 31, 2021 - apply by October 25, 2020.
This position will provide intensive case management and advocacy services to individual’s age sixteen and over who are experiencing mental health, dual diagnosis and/or addictions and who are vulnerably housed or homeless. Tasks will include direct service interventions, clinical support and community development. Daily travel within York region will be required.
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