Bright Beginnings Case Manager

Full time @Minneapolis American Indian Center in Non-Profit
  • 1530 E Franklin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404 View on Map
  • Post Date : February 29, 2024
  • Salary: $45,000.00 - $48,000.00 / Annually

Job Description

POSITION: Bright Beginnings Case Manager

PROGRAM: Family Services Program

SALARY: $45,000 – $48,000/year Depends on Qualifications

TYPE: Full-Time Non-Exempt

Monday-Friday typically 8:30-4:30 p.m. 

Program DescriptionThe Bright Beginnings Recovery Support Project supports Native American women who are pregnant or have recently delivered, and who have a history of substance abuse, and previous experience with the child protection system.


  1. Prefer Bachelor’s Degree in human services or related field. Will consider multiple years of experience in social services if degree is not completed or Associate Degree with years of experience.
  2. Knowledge of Child Development, addiction, and experience working with pregnant women.
  3. Knowledge of the Child Protection System a plus.
  4. Possess excellent communication and written skills.
  5. Possess awareness of the American Indian community and its needs.
  6. Knowledge of the Data Privacy Policies for social services agencies.
  7. Native American preference.
  8. Knowledge of community resources and recovery support services.
  9. Willingness to assist in providing holistic and cultural services to clients.


  • Conduct intake with new clients, assess needs and short-term goals.
  • Refer clients for chemical health programs, Rule 25 assessments, treatment centers, methadone or other programs, recovery support services as well as cultural, social, educational, employment services as needed.
  • Provide client transportation to appointments as needed.
  • Work collaboratively as a member of both the Bright Beginnings Project and Family Services staff team.
  • Provide intensive case management with each individual client making contact 2-3 times weekly.
  • Conduct home visits; Participate in occasional supervised visits between the parents and children.
  • Make presentations to other Native American agencies, hospitals, clinics, doula programs, etc.
  • Maintain client confidentiality.
  • Willingness to provide cultural services to clients and learn about holistic and cultural teachings.
  • Assist in conducting program evaluation forms, groups, etc. along with Program Evaluator.
  • Maintain and keep timely records, and correspondence with service providers when requested.
  • Maintain statistical data and provide quarterly reports to Program Coordinator.
  • Attend monthly staff meetings, ICWA Program meetings, and participate in community events
  • Various duties as assigned by Program Coordinator.
  • Must have no drug/alcohol/substance abuse related problems.
  • Reliable transportation required w/valid Minnesota driver’s license and proof of current insurance.
  • Must complete and pass background check.

To apply email resume and cover letter to Laura Newton, Family Services program director, at

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