Non-WCSAP Job Board

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services of Whatcom County
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Brief Description

This position focuses on ensuring that survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault receive civil legal advocacy services, which includes understanding legal procedures, assisting clients in obtaining appropriate forms and filling out paperwork, attending civil hearings, and preparing clients for court appearances. This person also coordinates legal advocacy volunteers to leverage DVSAS services.

API Chaya
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API Chaya is seeking a Human Trafficking Survivor Advocate who will work within API Chaya’s Human Trafficking Program to conduct grass roots community organizing towards changing the norms and conditions that allow human trafficking to occur as well as provide intensive case management and crisis intervention to survivors of human trafficking. The Advocate should have strong knowledge around survivor-centered advocacy, managing competing priorities, and facilitating access to services for clients as well at engaging, building relationships with and communicating effectively with diverse communities and partners.

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services of Whatcom County
Closing Time
Brief Description

The DVSAS Behavioral Health Program will improve access to behavioral health services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sexual exploitation. The Behavioral Health Program Coordinator (BHPC) provides advocacy services to DVSAS clients with mental health or substance abuse issues, connects those clients to outside resources, and coordinates ongoing client access to mental health and behavioral health services. This position is located within the Safe Housing Program (SHP), which provides emergency, confidential safe shelter to clients who are homeless due to domestic violence. The Behavioral Health Program Coordinator in the SHP will manage a caseload of clients that are currently or were recently in the SHP and will also assist the SHP team in its daily operations, including providing general advocacy, responding to safe housing referrals, managing interpersonal conflicts, and maintaining a safe and healthy living environment for clients.