Casa del Sol Clubhouse follows a self-help rehabilitation model that promotes member empowerment through education, training, involvement, and support. Committed to serving the mental health needs of its membership, Casa stresses member choice, input, self-determination, and personal growth. We are dedicated to assisting our members in recognizing their potential and developing their strengths, which will help them live a healthier, more productive, and independent life with dignity, confidence and self-respect. We encourage our membership to focus upon their strengths and abilities and to take responsibility for their own lives, all the while utilizing the various support systems available to them at Casa del Sol Clubhouse.
At Casa del Sol, we encourage employment, education, volunteering, and social support to all those who become members. There are three major components to our program:
- Self Help
- Social Rehabilitation
- Pre-Vocational Training
Assist Job Developer in establishing and maintaining temporary employment positions (TEP) and on-the-job training opportunities in the community for Heartland members. Conduct monthly special events to create employment interest in Clubhouse individuals and vocational classes (resume building classes, completion of job applications, conducting mock interviews etc.) with clubhouse members; Provide on-site job support to assist members in learning job skills to promote successful transition into temporary employment. Provides community outreach and transportation (using company vehicle) as needed to engage members in employment, school or volunteer opportunities; Assist members in accessing and using community resources, as well as family and other support systems to achieve an optimal level of health and functioning in the community. Interact appropriately with others whether in a group with members or with the public and maintains professional and courteous relationships. Candidate must be bilingual and have a valid driver's license with a clean DMV record.
High School Diploma or equivalency and/or 2 years experience with mental health services and job development/placement. Strongly prefer completed Peer Employment Training. Bi-Lingual/Spanish required. Mental health consumers and/or family members are encouraged to apply.
To be considered as a candidate for the above position, please forward an updated resume and salary requirements to Amelia Ford, Program Director at Aford@comresearch.org.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer