The Housing Stability Worker will support the No Fixed Address Version 2 Project with Lawson Research, by coordinating appropriate community housing for individuals experiencing mental illness and homelessness in the city of London. This is a full-time, contract with an immediate start date and an end date of February 25, […]Continue readingHousing Stability/Selection Worker, No-fixed Address Project (Full-time, 2Yrs+ Contract)
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The Manager, Outreach Programs performs duties and responsibilities consistent with providing a trauma informed, gender specific, harm reduction and psychosocial model of care to assist in streamlining access to community mental health and addiction supports for individuals engaged in the Outreach Programs at CMHA Middlesex (including My Sisters’ Place and […]Continue readingManager, Outreach Programs (Full-time, Permanent)
Job Summary: The Mental Health Worker (Nights), Eating Disorders Residence will perform duties and responsibilities consistent with psychosocial rehabilitation principles. This position relates to the overnight hours of operation for this 24-hour program and is an awake position. The Mental Health Worker will assist with the treatment, rehabilitation, and community integration of individuals who are 18-years and […]Continue readingMental Health Worker (Nights), Eating Disorders Residence
The Personal Support Worker/Mental Health Worker (Nights) (PSW/MHW Nights) will perform duties and responsibilities consistent with providing a psychosocial environment to assist with the rehabilitation and community integration of individuals residing at the Long-Stay Residential Treatment Facility (LS-RTF) during the overnight hours of operation. This is a full-time contract position, […]Continue readingPersonal Support Worker/Mental Health Worker (Nights), Long-Stay Residential Treatment Facility
We are currently seeking to expand our pool of Relief Mental Health Workers in the Crisis Services Department: Relief Mental Health Workers, Crisis Services – will work within our Mobile Crisis Team and/or Stabilization Space programs. As part of the Mobile Crisis Team, Relief Staff will provide mobile response to individuals in crisis, assessing […]Continue readingRelief Mental Health Workers, Crisis Services & Crisis Centre-First Contact
The Transitional Case Manager (TCM) will work with individuals on a short term basis (up to four to six months), to address immediate mental health needs and facilitate the transition to an increased level of autonomy by promoting stability and empowerment. This is a full-time, permanent position which includes Healthcare […]Continue readingTransitional Case Manager (Full-time, Permanent)