Job Opening at the DC LGBTQ+ Community Center: Case Worker and Advocate Specialist

The DC LGBTQ+ Community Center is hiring!

Since 2003, The DC Center has worked to educate, empower, celebrate, and connect the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities in the District. We envision communities where LGBTQ+ people feel healthy, safe, and affirmed. The DC Anti-Violence Project (DCAVP), a program of The DC Center founded in 2008, works to reduce violence against LGBTQ+ individuals (and those perceived as LGBTQ+) through case management, advocacy, crisis intervention, community outreach, education, and individual and group counseling.

Position Summary: The DCAVP is seeking a community-based trauma-informed professional to serve as our part-time Case Worker and Advocate (CWA). The CWA provides needs assessment, information and referrals, and advocacy for LGBTQ+ survivors of trauma, violence, and abuse in the DMV area. The CWA also provides community leadership in collaboration with survivor services providers to strengthen appropriate and effective response of LGBTQ+ competent service provision to LGBTQ+ trauma survivors in the District. The CWA works directly with community members individually via email, phone, HIPAA-compliant Zoom and in person, works as a member of the Behavioral Health Services (BHS) team supporting two licensed mental health clinicians in connecting BHS clients to needed services and works as a team member of the DC Center.

If you are passionate about making a difference in the lives of our LGBTQ+ community members we invite you to apply for the position of Case Worker & Advocate Specialist.

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