At The Delores Project, we provide safe, low-barrier shelter, housing, and personalized services for individuals experiencing homelessness and housing insecurity. On-site at Arroyo Village we operate a 24-7 housing-focused shelter for unaccompanied adult women and transgender individuals experiencing homelessness as well as a 35-unit supportive housing apartment community for people with a disability who have transitioned out of chronic homelessness. We also provide community-based aftercare services for Delores community members who have transitioned from shelter into independent housing to help ensure their stability.
Together we work to ensure all individuals have the community of support and housing stability they need to reach their potential. We take pride in being a team that constantly strives to be the most inclusive and innovative service provider for those experiencing homelessness and poverty in the Denver-Metro area. We are client-centered and strengths-based in our approach and practice harm-reduction and a trauma-informed model care in all our programs. Our engagement with those we serve is rooted in our values of hospitality, respect, and dignity for each community member, whether they be staff, supportive housing resident, shelter guest, or volunteer. We are always looking for more people who are passionate about working with those we serve and who are curious, flexible, and mature, and who like to have fun and are open to continuous learning and growth in their work.
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Our Rehousing Program was created in 2021 with the goal of helping an increased number of shelter guests transition into stable housing. All shelter guests are provided housing-focused case management by one of our Rehousing Case Managers and are also supported in the housing process by our Housing Navigator. Depending upon levels of income and stability, some guests are provided with up to nine months of rental assistance from The Delores Project. All guests are offered up to one year of ongoing case management by one of our Continued Care Case Managers, who work to help former guests find a community of support outside of Delores and assist clients in maintaining or increasing income so they can maintain their housing.
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In line with housing first-focused shelter, the Continued Care Case Manager (CCCM) supports TDP’s efforts in assisting shelter guests in securing safe, affordable, permanent housing. The CCCM individuals in their transition from shelter to housing by providing ongoing community-based support for up to one year after individuals become housed. The CCCM will goal-plan with housed shelter guests, assisting them in achieving increased levels of stability, independence, and financial stability.
This is a temporary, grant-funded position that will run until 8/31/21 at the earliest and potentially through the end of the 2022 calendar year.
- You want the opportunity to support and champion individuals experiencing homelessness and poverty in your community.
- You want a work environment that honors and celebrates the talents and life experiences of each team member.
- You desire a workplace culture that values belonging, transparency, and empathy.
- You want supervisors who support the personal and professional growth of all team members.
- You want to spend your time in a community of people who approach their work through a social-justice and anti-racist lens.
- You appreciate a workplace where there is always the opportunity for ongoing learning and where there is room for professional growth and advancement for those who desire it.
- You want a work schedule that compliments your life and responsibilities outside of work and a work culture that supports harmony between your personal and professional life.