The Family Life Coach provides voluntary comprehensive, coordinated case management services to families
experiencing instability. The Family Life Coach will offer education and support services to parents, using strength-based practices. Responsibilities include conducting initial and follow-up assessments; working cooperatively with other agencies to link families to financial services and community resources that meet the parents’ expressed needs; and providing direct services and accurate data entry to track and record contacts. Flexible schedule required as this position will work occasional evenings and weekends as needed. The primary focus area (50%) for this position is the Colorado Community Response (CCR) program to engage families and connect them to community services to prevent deeper penetration into the child welfare system. In addition, this position will provide case management support when needed to families experiencing economic or family instability, including homelessness, through both the Family Resource Center (FRC) and Family Mentor Alliance (FMA) programs; and crisis stabilization support when lead staff in this program area are unavailable.
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