Founded in 1902 to care for orphans, CHS is now among the oldest, largest and most respected private nonprofits serving children and families. Expanding from early roots in adoption and foster care, CHS offers an array of specialized services designed to nurture children and grow families. Last year, CHS delivered hope to more than 139,000 children and adults.
The Survivor Mentor serves as the first responder in providing immediate crisis intervention and mobile direct services support to victims of sexual exploitation and trafficking. This involves ensuring support for immediate health and safety during crisis intervention, working to establish a safe, caring bond while providing services and working in partnership with the Regional Services Advocate and Clinician to ensure the provision of mobile and other direct services based on individual need. Overall, the Survivor Mentor contributes to the CHS high performance culture by exhibiting our Common Bond Values and providing quality results that position CHS as the leader in delivering proactive behavioral health, case management, community and early childhood solutions for children and families.
PRIMARY JOB FUNCTIONS:
1. Provide high quality first responder immediate crisis intervention and assistance to sexual exploitation and trafficking victims/survivors.
2. Work in partnership with the Regional Services Advocate and Clinician to provide mobile direct services based on individual need.
3. Contribute to an engaging, positive work environment.
This list of essential functions is not intended to be exhaustive. Children's Home Society of Florida reserves the right to revise this job description as needed to comply with actual job requirements.
Education, Licenses and Certifications: All degrees must be from an accredited university.