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We are dedicated to supporting survivors of domestic violence and maintaining a strong, stable organization. If you’re ready to make a difference, browse our openings.
Bilingual Domestic Violence Advocate (CAC)
Under the supervision of the Director of Counseling and Advocacy Services, the Bilingual Domestic Violence Advocate is responsible for providing advocacy-based counseling services to survivors of intimate partner abuse. The Advocate will carry a caseload of counseling clients and must be able to respond appropriately to a diverse range of survivors healing from trauma. The Advocate will provide crisis intervention by phone and in person, client intake and assessment, safety planning, case management, and advocacy services. The Advocate may also facilitate psychoeducational, prevention, and/or support groups with teens and/or adults. The Advocate will effectively implement trauma-informed practices and utilize an empowerment model to support clients in achieving survivor-defined goals. Services will be delivered onsite at SafeHouse Denver’s nonresidential Counseling & Advocacy Center as well as offsite at community partner locations. Click here for a full job description.
Bilingual Domestic Violence Family Advocate
Under the direct supervision of the Director of Shelter Services, the Bilingual Domestic Violence Family Advocate is responsible for providing services to victims of domestic violence by: responding to callers who access the SafeHouse 24-hour crisis line; screening potential emergency shelter residents; providing initial intakes for new residents; providing short-term individual advocacy, short-term counseling, safety planning, and crisis intervention to all residents; providing case management services for up to 5 parents and their children; facilitating children’s groups; and supporting a safe and secure shelter space. Click here for the full job description and instructions on how to apply.
Part-time Relief Advocate
Under the direct supervision of the Relief Advocate Supervisor, the Relief Advocate is responsible for providing services to individuals and their children who are victims of domestic violence. Duties include: responding to callers who access SafeHouse Denver's 24-hour crisis line, screening potential emergency shelter residents, providing initial intakes for new residents, providing short-term individual advocacy, counseling, and crisis intervention to residents, and supporting a safe and secure shelter space. Click here for a full job description and instructions on how to apply. Candidates MUST be available to work on and around the upcoming major holidays.
SafeHouse Denver partners with many local universities to provide internship opportunities for students working toward their MSW. If you are interested in interning at SafeHouse Denver, please contact your school’s field office or career center to see if we partner with your school. We respectfully ask that you do not contact SafeHouse Denver directly to inquire about these opportunities.