Website Pathways Vermont
We’re hiring!! Pathways Vermont is always on the look-out for mission-driven, hard-working individuals to join our team. We are a staff comprised of individuals with a wide range of experience and expertise, learned inside the classroom and out. Over 50% of our staff identify as having lived experience with mental health, substance use and other life challenges. These experiences are considered to be an asset in serving the individuals who may be experiencing similar issues.
We’re currently looking to fill the following roles:
- ACT Service Coordinator – Bennington County
- ACT Service Coordinator – Chittenden County
- Housing Coordinator – Bennington County
- Housing Coordinator – Chittenden Co.
- Soteria House – Resident Support Staff – 1st Shift
- Soteria House – Resident Support Staff – Overnight Asleep
- Specialized Supports Program – Support Specialist
- Vermont Peer Support Line – 2nd Shift
See our website (www.pathwaysvermont.org/careers) for more details about each position and directions for sending your cover letter and resume!
Pathways Vermont Housing First Program provides permanent, independent housing for individuals who are homeless or involved with the department of corrections and struggle with serious mental health challenges. Pathways combines housing support with supportive services in the areas of mental health, physical health, substance use, education, and employment. Pathways Vermont believes in services that are client-centered and client-directed and believes in using a harm-reduction framework to address client needs.
Pathways Vermont’s Soteria House program offers an alternative living environment for Vermonters experiencing an early crisis. At Soteria, we believe that psychosis can be a temporary experience that one works through rather than a chronic mental illness that needs to be managed. We support clients to develop skills to navigate their experiences using a broad range of methods, encouraging them to find what makes sense for them. These may include: creative expression, breathwork, spiritual practice, nutrition, psychoactive medication, herbalism and more. Pathways Vermont is honored by this opportunity to be part of such an important moment in the history of community mental health in Vermont.
The Pathways Vermont Peer Support Line is a free, confidential resource for all Vermonters over the age of 18 who are looking for someone to talk to. The Support Line is staffed by individuals who acknowledge that they have experienced a broad range of struggles of their own and are willing to be open about them.
It is the policy of Pathways Vermont that all employees and applicants shall receive equal consideration and treatment in employment without regard to race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, veteran status, age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identification, or disability. Pathways Vermont is committed to a diverse workplace that reflects the communities we serve, and is particularly interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of people including people with military experience, individuals with disabilities, and people of color.
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