The Housing Program Specialist is responsible for supporting, and advocating for the housing and financial needs of survivors of domestic violence referred to the housing program. This includes addressing housing barriers, supporting survivors in accessing housing, and creating a plan for long-term stability. The Housing Program Specialist also manages the housing program budget, including oversight of rent assistance payments and other flexible financial assistance.
Domestic Violence Advocate position which includes: community advocacy, legal advocacy, housing advocacy, processing new intakes off the intake line, outreach and prevention work with the community, and support group facilitation.
Room One, the Methow Valley’s community-based social services nonprofit, is enthusiastically launching our search for our next Executive Director.
The Accounting Specialist is responsible for processing all accounts payable, accounts receivable, some aspects of payroll, billing and other general accounting and administrative tasks as-needed. This is a full-time, non-exempt position, reporting to the Finance Director.
The DV Community Advocate works in Seattle with adult survivors of intimate partner violence. Services to be provided by this position will assist homeless and unstably housed survivor households to become rapidly re-housed in rented accommodation, and then deliver financial assistance and housing-focused case management services to maintain safety and housing stability. Full time (40 hrs) day times Mon thru Fri. $20.88 p/h plus great benefits.
Native American Reentry Services administers the Iron House Medicine Program by contract for the Washington State Department of Corrections. The purpose of the program is to encourage participation in cultural and spiritual activities and use peer education and interventions among an incarcerated population. The Iron House Medicine program provides traditional Native American religious and spiritual services and advocacy of the American Indian Religious Freedom Act.
Saturday/Sunday, Sunday/Monday from 9pm to 7am.
On-call position – No set schedule. On-call Advocates cover shifts in the shelter when regular staff are out, either in a pre-planned manner for leave, or in an immediate manner for emergencies. Our shelter operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Priority will go to candidates with the ability to work all or most shifts (day/swing/grave).
Provide advocacy services to clients who are victims of DV
YWCA Children/Youths Domestic Violence Services provides advocacy trauma informed advocacy for children and parents in overcoming physical, mental and emotional abuse caused by violence in the home. Primary focus will be working with our BIPOC youths. During a series of eight weekly sessions, that may take place in schools, community centers and other confidential locations in South King County. The CYDVA will work with the youth, on safety planning, coping skills, impact of domestic violence, healthy relationships.