Vail Place is a non-profit organization based in Hennepin County with a 37 year history dedicated to cultivating hope and inspiring change to promote mental health recovery. Vail Place’s unique person-centered, recovery-oriented approach to services is based on the internationally acclaimed Clubhouse Model.

As a team member, you will be joining a community where staff and members work side-by-side to foster purpose through shared work, direction through employment, housing, and social recreation, and hope through reconnecting people with their communities.

Vail Place is currently going through an exciting time of growth and new opportunities. We are looking for people to join the club and work together in a professional—but informal—environment where they are supported, appreciated, and well compensated.

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Housing Support Specialist

Hopkins, MN

Salary - 42,000-48,000 DOQ - Full benefits package The Housing Support Specialist will serve individuals with serious and persistent mental illnesses by helping find long term independent housing and supportive housing placements. The position will support referrals for service and work in collaboration with the care navigator/case manager to assess for major obstacles to finding housing. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  ...

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Mental Health Navigator - Peer Support Specialist – Part Time

Hopkins, MN

What is a Mental Health Navigator - Peer Support Specialist – Part Time? The Mental Health Navigator - Peer Support Specialist position works within the Mental Health Connect (MHC) ministry at Bethlehem Lutheran Church and is responsible for connecting with referred individuals and providing short-term direct service. Engage with individuals served by utilizing therapeutic interpersonal skills, employing person centered and trauma informed strategies. In addition, this p ...

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Mental Health Case Manager

Hopkins, MN

What is a Mental Health Case Manager? A Mental Health Case Manager provide the assessment, monitoring, planning, advocacy and connection to supports and resources to help people with severe and persistent mental illnesses (SPMI) achieve recovery goals and live independently. Case Managers accomplish this through building genuine, therapeutic, trusting relationships. Engage with individuals served by utilizing therapeutic interpersonal skills, employing perso ...

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