The Resource Coordinator works to identify, refer and connect individuals receiving services from RHD’s CORE program with community resources that support the person’s recovery. The Resource Coordinator adheres to the Recovery Oriented System of Care in these
efforts and involves the client in all decisions concerning care and services.
Essential Duties and Functions
Assist person in recovery (PIR) with applying for, obtaining, and maintaining all entitlements (i.e. DPW, SSI, Managed Care).
Maintain database of necessary community resources that are relevant to ongoing recovery and community integration.
Coordinate appointments and interface with community agencies and resources.
Complete assessment of resource needs to determine those resources needed to meet the individualized needs identified and coordinate community support activities.
Support recovery goal attainment through linkage to community resources and creating opportunities for community integration.
Complete all state mandated paperwork, i.e., Service Documents, Registration Forms.
Gain access to services with aggressive and creative attempts to help obtain resources that are needed. This includes a strong role as an advocate.
Assist with establishing and/or enhancing PIR’s support systems outside of the Drug and Alcohol treatment system.
Collaborate on Personal Recovery Plans which emphasize the PIR’s strength and needs, etc.
Assess and evaluate the needs of PIRs that are newly assigned to the caseload.
Locate and link PIRs to appropriate services.
Monitor service delivery by maintaining regular contact with PIR and service providers/programs involved with the PIR.
Monitor PIR on a regular basis to note any changes that may impact recovery plan.
Participate in Program milieu.
Attend and/or facilitate educational groups and meetings (Life Skills, Daily living skills, Community Meetings) as assigned.
Actively support residents in facilitating socialization and recreation activities.
Conduct outreach and follow up with PIRs that have left the program whether successful or not.
Document educational groups and any other significant resident contact.
Conduct, facilitate and document fire drills as assigned.
Participate in Case Consultation Mtgs., Staff Mtgs. and supervision as assigned.
Read log daily and document in log at the end of each shift.
Attend training as required by RHD and licensing bodies.
As assigned by Director to insure continuity of care.
A Bachelor's Degree in a Human Services field preferred
High School diploma with 1 year experience
Knowledge of homelessness, addictions, residential facilities, mental illnesses and their treatment.
Experience with Criminal Justice population.
Experience with Microsoft Office
Valid Driver’s license required
ACT 33/34 clearance.
FBI clearance, as needed
Resources for Human Development is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic
information, veteran, or disability status
Resources for Human Development is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran, or disability status.