The Bereavement Counsellor performs duties and responsibilities that promote recovery and are consistent with the psychosocial rehabilitation model. The Bereavement Counsellor works collaboratively with family members, care-givers, participants, peers and the community to enhance the recovery of participants that had a loss as a result of suicide. This is a […]Continue readingBereavement Counsellor (Part-time, one-year Contract)
CMHA Middlesex is committed to recruiting in a manner consistent with our organizational values of Accountability, Compassion, Integrity, Welcoming, Innovation, and Inclusiveness. We welcome and encourage applications from all members of our community including persons of any gender, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation, persons with disabilities, indigenous persons, and members of visible minorities. Applicants are assessed based on previous work experience, qualifications and commitment to fulfilling our vision; proficiency in both official languages is an asset.
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The Crisis Assessment Worker works collaboratively with participants, peers and the community to enhance the physical and mental health of participants experiencing mental illness. Depending on the program, supports may be provided in-person or via telephone. Crisis Services programs support participants on a walk-in basis at the Mental Health and […]Continue readingCrisis Assessment Worker Float – Weekend Afternoon/Evenings (Part-time, Permanent)
Based on Goderich, working within a framework of psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery, the Transitional Case Manager/Brief Support Worker (TCM/BSW) will provide information and brief support to incoming participants as well as temporary Case Management services to individuals with mental health concerns that require short-term intervention. Closing: Nov 19Continue readingEXETER/GODERICH Transitional Case Manager/Brief Support Worker, (Full-time, permanent)
The HSW will support participants who experience persistent and chronic homelessness with a focus on supporting them to achieve housing stability. We are recruiting two positions: one is full-time, permanent; the other is full-time, one-year contract. Closing: Dec 1Continue readingHousing Stability Workers, Housing Always (Two full-time positions available: Permanent & 1-Yr Contract)
Working overnight & weekend shifts within the Crisis Assessment Team, Relief Staff will work with individuals in crisis, to assess the nature and scope of the crisis and take appropriate action in a manner consistent with the psychosocial rehabilitation model. Closing Date: Dec 1Continue readingRelief Crisis Assessment Workers (Casual)
We are currently recruiting Relief Crisis Intervention Workers for our Crisis Call Diversion Program. This program is a partnership between Canadian Mental Health Association in Oxford, Elgin, and Middlesex counties and the Ontario Provincial Police; the Crisis Intervention Worker will work in collaboration with callers in order to de-escalate, assess […]Continue readingRelief Crisis Intervention Workers, Crisis Call Diversion Program
The Tenancy Support Worker will support participants, community partners and property owners associated with the City of London’s Housing Services Division, to prevent eviction for high-risk tenancies by connecting participants to formal and informal social support services, based on need. This position will work in partnership and collaboration with the […]Continue readingTenancy Support Worker (Full-time, Permanent)