Case Manager, Housing Supports - Red Lake Nation
Job Details
1825 Chicago Avenue S, Minneapolis, MN 55404 - MINNEAPOLIS, MN
Full Time
Bachelor's Degree
$19.45 - $24.31 Hourly
Use own vehicle for work purposes
Housing Support Services

The Case Manager role will be working specifically with individuals experiencing long term homelessness and affiliated with Red Lake Nation.  The Case Manager with the Housing Supports Program (Formerly Group Residential Housing – GRH) serves single adults experiencing homelessness, in scattered site apartments in the community.  The Case Manager will be responsible for housing search and landlord relations, as well as rule 79 Adult Mental Health Targeted Case Management and Housing Support program management.  This program utilizes Housing First and Harm Reduction models to assist individuals who have experienced long-term homelessness to find and maintain housing.  


Avivo's Ending Homelessness division provides pathways to housing for individuals experiencing homelessness. We work with the county coordinated entry system as well as operate unique street outreach teams to connect individuals with shelter and housing. We assist individuals as they find and maintain housing, supporting them in scattered-site apartments in the community as well as site-based housing. We provide transitional recovery housing for individuals and families participating in Avivo's treatment programs. We operate hotel-to-home initiatives and Avivo Village, the first indoor tiny houses transitional housing shelter, to address the needs of individuals experiencing unsheltered homelessness. Avivo Village is a low barrier, COVID-19 aware, and culturally responsive shelter focused on moving residents to permanent housing. Avivo has a Housing First and Harm Reduction approach and maximize access to other services within Avivo.




  • Work closely with the Native American Community (specifically Red Lake Nation), Tribes, Hennepin County, and other formal and informal support systems, providing culturally relevant services to individuals from this community, experiencing homelessness and living without shelter. 
  • Conduct an initial assessment and develop an Individual Community Support Plan that will assist clients to address their needs, deficits, and goals. 
  • Visit clients in their home as well as the community on a regular basis to check progress, provide support and monitor mental health functioning and medication effectiveness.
  • Refer clients to appropriate community resources and arrange transportation to appointments as needed.
  • Cultivate relationships with landlords willing to provide housing for participants and assist with administration of rental assistance.
  • Communicate with case management team members, community professionals, and other service providers to ensure that services for client are coordinated.
  • Maintain client files and program records, court reports, and complete reports as required.
  • Participate in staff meetings, clinical supervision, and meet regularly with program coordinator for individual supervision to meet supervision requirements.
  • Comply with HIPAA and Data Privacy Practices.
  • Positively represent agency, program and participant needs.
  • This position will require the ability to work outside regular business hours on an occasional basis to meet client and program needs. 


  • Bachelor’s Degree in behavioral sciences or related fields including but not limited to social work or psychology from an accredited college or university or Associate Degree with four years experience as case manager associate.  
  • Must have at least 2,000 hours of supervised experience in the delivery of services to persons with serious mental illness.
  • Working knowledge of harm reduction and housing first.
  • Experience working with individuals experiencing homelessness.
  • Past experience working with a caseload is preferred.
  • Ability to relate to and advocate for diverse client needs and interests.
  • Committed to completing paperwork accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Ability to learn and understand client needs and mental health recovery related to the provision of community mental health services.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills and computer experience.
  • Able to travel independently and possess a valid drivers’ license,  auto insurance, and have access to a reliable vehicle.   Willing to transport clients in personal vehicle, if needed.


WAGES: $19.45 - $24.31 per hour, DOQ


BENEFITS: Avivo offers competitive salaries and compensation, including a comprehensive benefits package. Benefits include a generous PTO policy and company observed holidays as well as health and dental insurance, long-term disability insurance, life insurance, and a retirement savings plan. Health insurance coverage is also available for domestic partners, in addition to other optional benefits.


HOW TO APPLY: Please provide a letter of interest and resume highlighting your experiences and qualifications through our website at   If you have questions on your application, e-mail   


Avivo is a nonprofit organization which serves nearly 15,000 Minnesotans each year, helping them achieve recovery, employment, and career advancement. We believe everyone deserves the chance to live well and work well. Avivo provides chemical and mental health services, career and technical education, and employment services at locations in the Twin Cities and greater Minnesota. Avivo employees help individuals transform their lives – move out of poverty, find treatment and achieve recovery, end homelessness, train for and start careers, and secure jobs. At Avivo, employees experience worthwhile work and professional growth as part of a vibrant and diverse workforce. You have direct and positive impact in people’s lives and are a part of make lasting change in our community!


Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Avivo is an equal opportunity employer and will recruit, hire, promote and transfer qualified persons into all job classifications regardless of race, gender, religion, skin color, national origin or ancestry, physical disability (including pregnancy) or mental disability, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, legally protected medical condition, family care status, marital status, veteran status, or genetic characteristics.