Lead Non-Medical Case Manager
- 3011 W Grand Blvd, Detroit, MI 48202, USA
Please note: As of December 1, 2015 AIDS Partnership Michigan and HIV/AIDS Resource Center have merged. We are now UNIFIED - HIV Health and Beyond
As the only comprehensive AIDS service organization in its Michigan ten-county area, UNIFIED's mission is to provide HIV related services to the community through compassionate direct care, prevention and outreach activities. We invite you to explore UNIFIED and learn about HIV testing, the depth of services UNIFIED provides and how you can get involved.
Rooted in the history of our fight against HIV, UNIFIED - HIV Health and Beyond advances prevention, access to health care, community research and advocacy
A nationally recognized multi-service center creating positive change through regional impact, innovation and sustainability to promote HV health and beyond.
Using innovative approaches to help residents of Southeast Michigan living with or affected by HIV achieve optimal health through compassionate direct care, support services, prevention and education.
A commitment to being an effective and powerful voice, providing leadership and advocacy for the communities we serve.
AIDS Partnership Michigan (APM) was formed in 1996 through a merger between Wellness Networks, Inc. and AIDS Care Connection. APM was established to better address the emerging AIDS epidemic in the Detroit/Metro area. AIDS Partnership Michigan has always worked by providing education and services to help prevent the spread of HIV and to help connect people living with HIV to needed services.
HIV/AIDS Resource Center (HARC) was founded in 1986 by a group of volunteers to provide HIV/AIDS related services to the people of Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, and Washtenaw counties. Over the past decade, HARC has developed into a leading HIV/AIDS services provider in Michigan.
As of December 1, 2015 AIDS Partnership Michigan and HIV/AIDS Resource Center have merged. We are now UNIFIED - HIV Health and Beyond.
TITLE: Lead Non-Medical Case Manager
REPORTS TO: Director of Care Services
DETAILS: Full-Time Position (40 hours per week)
LOCATION: Detroit Office
UNIFIED – HIV Health and Beyond, a multi-service organization for persons with HIV, seeks individuals to help persons impacted by HIV.
- Meet with each assigned client to determine client needs based on individual’s situation.
- Work with client to determine what assistance is needed to help client remain in HIV care.
- Help client decide which of the tasks that need to be completed by the client, and which by the case manager.
- Refer client to providers who can help client to achieve his/her goals.
- Maintain contact with providers to ensure client has completed referral process.
- Contact service providers when client has difficulty in accessing services from that provider.
- Follow-up with client to make sure that service has been provided.
- Coordinate care of assigned clients with that of other service providers who provide care to the client, such as substance abuse treatment centers and mental health professionals.
- Communicate with each client on a regular basis to determine which needs have been met and to identify any new needs.
- Provide advocacy for clients as needed.
- Conduct outreach and case finding activities as needed to keep clients connected to care.
- Collect and submit data reports at designated intervals for program monitoring and evaluation.
- Input and maintain client level data in designated data system.
- Participate in weekly multi-disciplinary case conference meetings.
- Supervise Wayne State University Care Coordination Program.
- Work with case managers and linkage to care specialists to resolve problems with individual clients.
- Monitor proper documentation of client services and help staff to improve documentation.
- Meet monthly with each assigned staff members to review client cases for accuracy and adherence to agency standards.
- Assist Director of Care Services in collection and analysis of data.
- Ensure compliance with the grantee standards.
Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, nursing or related field and a minimum of 2-3 years of experience in health care, mental health or substance abuse preferred. Experience and/or training related to HIV/AIDS, substance abuse disorders, mental health and homelessness preferred. Must be able to function independently and be able to work well with individuals from a variety of socioeconomic and multi-ethnic groups. Must be culturally sensitive to the LGBTQ community. Familiarity with evaluation and quality assurance in case management services.
Please provide a cover letter when submitting your application.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.