Case Manager - Homeless

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Do you have a passion for helping individuals who are experiencing homelessness? Do you want to be the hands of hope for those who are in crisis with nowhere to turn! Then we need to talk! 

You want to work for a company that is both innovative and cutting edge.  Valley Behavioral Health is that company.  We are leaders in the field using the most modern technological advances and research driven practices. 



More importantly, you want to work for a company that is constantly pursuing the most integrative treatment modalities to address the psychiatric, addiction, and developmental challenges that our clients face. Several years ago we decided not to rest on our laurels and dig in to take our company to the next level.  This has yielded very successful new business development that has furthered our ability to serve a variety of clients and client needs. 



Check us out – thousands do every month.  We are looking to hire people who want to grow themselves and their careers.  We are a people powered organization. Our employees and our open and thriving culture define us. Let us be the best place you’ll ever work!


We are seeking a dependable, resourceful, dedicated Case Manager for our Storefront Team. This team serves those who are experiencing homelessness that are at risk of hospitalization and/or incarceration due to mental illness and substance use disorders. Link individuals to the lifesaving resources and supportive housing.
Location:  550 West 700 South, Salt Lake City, UT  84101 
Pay:  Commensurate with experience
Schedule:  Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm (Must have Flexibility)  
Benefits:   Yes…Valley provides a generous benefits package including Health and Dental insurance, Paid time off, paid holidays, health savings plan, Employee assistance program, tuition reimbursement, 401K and Roth IRA and Long and Short-Term Disability.
Storefront is a non-traditional outpatient facility that provides services to SPMI Homeless individuals who may also have another disorder such as substance use. This acts as an entry point into treatment for those who are reluctant to try traditional mental health options. 


  • Teach client independent living skills in order to reduce and prevent return to homelessness . 
  • Coordinate with community partner organizations to link clients with needed resources.
  • Assist clients to gain access to needed medical, social, educational, and other services and to ensure that services are coordinated among all agencies and providers involved.
  • Develop therapeutic relationship with clients and their families
  • Crisis intervention
  • Based on Client Care Plan:    
    • Milieu supervision
    • Monitor progress
    • Teach skills
    • Link to community resources
    • Document and bill accordingly
  • Ensure continuity of care
  • May distribute medications after obtaining proper certification
  • May transport clients in personal vehicle
  • Other duties as assigned


At Valley Behavioral Health we are an innovative, dedicated team who are inspired by helping others lead fulfilling lives, one person at a time. We seek individuals who are compassionate, empathetic, team focused, seek excellence, are resilient, possess high integrity, and are fun to be with


  • Must be able to pass an FBI background check.  
  • High School Diploma/GED or higher
  • 2+ years’ experience in human services
  • State issued Case Manager Certificate or ability to obtain certification within 30 days of employment, preferred.
    • **Valley Behavioral Health will assist you in obtaining this certification**
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office with the ability to learn new software programs quickly
  • Meet drivers qualification requirements which includes a clean driving record with no more than 3 traffic tickets within 3 years.
  • Pro-active team focus
  • Knowledge of appropriate community resources crucial to assisting our clients to live independently 



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