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This position requires the incumbent to provide initial screening and triage evaluation of calls received at the Crisis Response in the Community. The Crisis Response Team Coordinator is then responsible for assigning requests for services to available Crisis Services as appropriate.
Family Well-being program is designed to deliver prevention-focused, culturally-responsive supports to Indigenous children and youth in child welfare and youth justice systems and their families
The Youth Coordinator will be primarily responsible for youth engagement, screening, assessment, treatment and aftercare planning, and overall service coordination with respect to direct service for youth.
The FASD Coordinator is responsible for working with children and youth with FASD and/or suspected FASD and their families to develop strengths-based plans and support connections to appropriate diagnostic, treatment, and other supports services which meet the child’s and family’s needs.
The AHBHC Program aims to improve the well-being and long-term health prospects of Aboriginal children, prenatal to 6 years. The program includes pre and post-natal screening and assessment, home visiting, service coordination, and support for service integration. This position involves the provision of ‘peer counseling’ and referral services.
The addictions program creates records of each patient's history and charts patient progress during ongoing sessions. These workers implement treatment and recovery plans and assess each patient's psychological condition. Addictions workers must ensure that treatment goals are being met, as well as attend staff meetings regarding patient care. They may obtain patient urine samples to determine whether a patient is remaining drug-free.