Employment Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in joining Pathways to Housing DC. We are always looking for talented individuals to join our team! 

To apply for any of the below openings please submit your resume online or email a cover letter and resume to hr@pathwaysdc.org.  No phone inquiries, please.

Pathways to Housing DC is an equal opportunity employer. It is our policy to afford equal employment opportunity to all individuals, regardless of race, creed, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, veteran status, disability, gender identity or sexual orientation. We consider lived experience with homelessness and/or mental health challenges to be an asset.

The Urgent Care Clinic (UCC) is a collaborative effort between Pathways to Housing DC, the DC Department of Behavioral Health, and the DC Superior Court. The goal of the UCC is to create immediate access to integrated addiction and mental health services and establish linkages to long-term community behavioral health providers to ensure effective treatment alternatives to clients.

The Homeless Outreach Specialist is a part of a larger outreach department at Pathways to Housing DC. This program - which is comprised of public and private partnerships - operates multiple street outreach teams whose goals are to engage, support, and combat homelessness for individuals living downtown.

The CABHI Peer Recovery Specialists are members of the ACT team and have the unique role of providing recovery services, health and wellness self management education, as directed by the Team Leader. The Peer Recovery Outreach Specialist is responsible for providing interventions to promote wellness and recovery to consumers, including addressing chronic and mental health conditions, physical activity and nutrition.

Peer Specialists have the unique role of providing recovery services, health and wellness self management education, as directed by a certified Clinical Specialist. From a perspective based on his or her personal experience with mental illness and/or co-occurring disorders of mental illness and substance abuse, the Peer Specialist provides and coordinates a broad range of services for clients who have histories of homelessness, psychiatric disability, substance abuse, criminal justice, and other trauma.

The SOAR Outreach Benefits Specialist is a member of the Coordinated Entry and Housing Placement (CAHP) Outreach Team, which is part of a larger homeless outreach program at Pathways to Housing DC. The homeless outreach program is comprised of public and private partnerships to operate various street outreach teams throughout the city whose goals are to engage, support, and combat homelessness for individuals living in DC.

Pathways to Housing DC is excited to announce a new role in our growing organization. Reporting directly to the Chief Operating Officer and serving on the Executive Leadership Team, the Senior Director of Programs will be instrumental in helping maintain fidelity to evidence based service delivery, identifying service gaps, and innovating/implementing new programs to help end chronic homelessness in Washington, DC using the Pathways Housing First model.

The Clinical Supervisor serves an important role in the delivery of services to our target population. This person is responsible for the clinical oversight of a transdisciplinary Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team.

The Pathways to Housing DC MHRS (Mental Health Rehabilitation Services) Clinical Director (Clinical Director) maintains a leading role in developing and implementing quality improvement goals and programs to ensure the delivery of the highest level of services to the populations we serve. The Clinical Director has a primary responsibility to provide direction, supervision, and ensure the clinical competency of Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Teams, the Community Support team, and the Clinical Engagement Specialist.

The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is an integral part of the trans-disciplinary Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team, providing psychiatric care to clients in order to promote wellness, recovery and rehabilitation. Responsibilities are implemented within the framework of agency policy, professional ethics and regulatory guidelines. The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner may be assigned to more than one ACT team and collaborates with the Team Leaders to ensure optimal use of psychiatric time.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Service Coordinator works in collaboration with the trans-disciplinary team (including Psychiatrist, nurses, addictions counselors, and peers) and provides ACT services for all clients on the team in a compassionate and responsible manner. All services consumers are consumer-driven and recovery-focused. Successful Service Coordinators are flexible and patience, work well in a fast-paced environment, and are independent thinkers.

Pathways DC is looking for Certified Addictions Counselors (CAC) to work as an Addictions Specialist on our Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams. The ACT team provides flexible, community based services that are designed to promote the stability, recovery and community reintegration of formerly homeless individuals who have a mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders.