Reentry Care Coordinator

Location: REACH
Job Code: 537
# of Openings: 2

Description

About the Reentry Team

The Reentry Care Coordination Team (RCCT) provides comprehensive transitional reentry care coordination services to adults transitioning out of the suburban jails in South and East King County and supporting reentry from the Maleng Regional Justice Center.

The team focuses on providing individualized services to adults who are experiencing behavioral health challenges while in custody to ensure a seamless transition from the criminal legal system to successful engagement with community-based services, ultimately reducing further involvement with the criminal legal system.

Recognizing that people of color are disproportionately impacted by the criminal legal system and face multiple systemic barriers to accessing needed services, this program will prioritize individuals who have experienced this marginalization.

The RCCT is an intensive, flexible, community-based team that provides individually tailored services that are collaborative and respectful of client choice, supportive of client autonomy, and centered around each participants’ self-determination and individual goals.

What does a Reentry Care Coordinator do?

  • Connect with individuals experiencing behavioral health challenges or homelessness while in jail

  • Build rapport with clients while developing an individualized plan that addresses their stated needs and goals

  • Assist clients in reducing barriers to housing and shelter

  • Help facilitate clients’ access to primary medical care

  • Travel to and from the jails within King County, and provide transportation for clients to and from community services (using company vehicles)

Must-have’s: 

  • A passion for criminal justice reform

  • An understanding of racial justice and social equity

  • High school diploma or equivalent

  • Three (3) years’ experience in work relating to social services or outreach programs

  • Valid Driver’s License and acceptable driving record

Nice-to-have's:

  • Undergraduate degree or academic training in social service, behavioral health, or substance use disorders

  • MSW or SUDP/SUDPT

‚ÄčThe Perks: 

  • An environment that values your strengths and uniqueness!

  • Mon-Fri work schedule

  • Health, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance plus a 403(b) plan

  • Paid Time Off, Sick Time, Mental Health days, AND 10 paid holidays!

  • ORCA card

  • Free acupuncture and subsidized massages offered

  • Annual holiday and summer parties

  • Professional license renewal reimbursement





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