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Top 50 Outreach Worker Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Outreach Worker. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Outreach Worker resumes they appeared on. For example, 9.4% of Outreach Worker resumes contained Appropriate Referrals as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Outreach Worker actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for an Outreach Worker:

1. Appropriate Referrals

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  • Canvassed the O'Hare Airport to provide assistance to homeless individuals, providing assessments and appropriate referrals.
  • Screened and accepted appropriate referrals from community agencies for intake and placement at crisis shelters.
  • Worked with team to ensure appropriate referrals and connections to community resources as needed.
  • Provide basic supplies and appropriate referrals for the homeless population.
  • Assessed youth needs and made appropriate referrals.
  • Assess client eligibility for various support programs and makeappropriate referrals.
  • Coordinate pre and post test counseling for OraQuick HIV tests Facilitate appropriate referrals for Project REAL participants

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2. Financial Assistance

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  • Assisted clients in locating and utilizing community resources using medical, financial assistance and other referral services.
  • Provide case management services to veteran families including counseling services and financial assistance.
  • Determine eligibility and provide financial assistance to individuals and families.
  • Directed screening interviews for clients seeking financial assistance.
  • Refer clients to community resources for services such as job placement, housing, medical coverage, or financial assistance.
  • Connect patients with local resources for bill payment, assist with finding housing placement, and financial assistance.
  • Distributed supplies, provided employment information, and housing and financial assistance to clients.
  • Assisted patients in enrolling for state Medicaid and other financial assistance programs.

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3. Crisis Intervention

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  • Promoted to a position of Coordinator of the Illinois Crisis Intervention Service for runaway/throwaway minors requiring intervention.
  • Provided crisis intervention home visits and hospital admission for individuals in psychiatric crisis.
  • Provided strengths-based case management, and crisis intervention services.
  • Conducted peer mediation and crisis intervention services.
  • Provided advocacy, casework, counseling, and crisis intervention to clients in order to help them improve their lives.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of intake, assessment, and interview procedures as well as techniques in crisis intervention.
  • Provided crisis intervention services to Head Start families within the scope of the agency's resources.
  • Experienced in rape and other crisis interventions under the supervision of trained, licensed VA professionals.
  • Provided crisis intervention services by responding to crisis calls within St. Clair and Bond County.
  • Worked with high-risk youth and gang members in violent communities and performed crisis intervention.
  • Provided crisis intervention and referral to students and families.
  • Assessed and completed intakes and rapid crisis intervention.
  • Provided crisis intervention to youth at center as needed
  • Give support Chicago Public School during crisis intervention.
  • Offered crisis intervention to youth and families.
  • Planned and conducted annual nonviolent crisis intervention and prevention certification trainings since 2004.
  • Conducted outreach, advocacy and rehabilitative services for regular cases and crisis intervention.
  • Provide crisis intervention and de-escalate situations.
  • Provided counseling, 1/1992 - 5/1999 crisis intervention.
  • Performed 24-hr crisis intervention, family counseling, community referral, advocate, parenting and life skills classes for youths.

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4. Community Resources

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  • Provide information and referral to patients regarding community resources and needs indicated, and advocate eliminating barriers to care.
  • Established rehabilitation plans based on each individual client needs and referred client to community resources to aid in rehabilitation.
  • Collaborated with community resources to promote housing stability.
  • Coordinate with other organizations to provide community resources.
  • Counseled clients in utilization of available community resources.
  • Develop and maintain extensive knowledge of community resources.
  • Referred families to community resources.
  • Connect patients to relevant community resources with the goal of enhancing patient health and well-being and reduce health care cost.
  • Assisted participants in finding community resources to address their mental health, chemical health, housing and/or clothing needs.
  • Assisted Cuban refugees with applying for community resources, housing, welfare, food stamps, and job placement.
  • Complete mental health assessments, treatment planning, increase access to community resources, housing, benefits and entitlements.
  • Provide mothers with education on child development as well as aid in connecting mothers with community resources.
  • Referred clients to access community resources offering treatment, support programs, and education.
  • Conducted crisis interventions, creating safety plans, and referring clients to community resources.
  • Referred participants to community resources on a case- by case basis.
  • Connect youth to case management and community resources.
  • Connect people to needed community resources.
  • Provided service coordination by assisting clients in implementing their plans, facilitating access and providing linkage to community resources.
  • Maintained confidentiality and documentations necessary for client dealings with community resources, family reunifications, and various other contacts.
  • Maintained liaison with community resources, municipal, state, and federal agencies; document contact appropriately.

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5. Mental Health Services

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  • Communicate, represent, and promote the mental health services consumer's perspective within the continuum of care.
  • Educated community about the needs of consumers of mental health services.
  • Assisted in setting up mental health services and evaluations.
  • Initial screening for mental health services through BJC.
  • Provided a direct link to Mental Health services.
  • Connected individuals to appropriate social, financial and mental health services Co-led a job skills training course; provided outreach services

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6. Community Outreach

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  • Conducted community outreach, facilitated presentations and educational information about sexually transmitted diseases and HIV infection to increase awareness of exposure.
  • Assisted Newton School s Social Outreach Coordinator to organize and administer community outreach programs.
  • Collaborate and build relationships with community agencies through marketing and community outreach.
  • Assisted case management team in community outreach and local community resources.
  • Performed member needs assessments via telephone or community outreach.
  • Coordinated community outreach activities for Baltimore City residents.
  • Participate in community outreach events.
  • Provided services to homeless youth between ages 12-17, compiled documents for clientele needs, performed public speaking & community outreach-awareness.
  • Provided community outreach and assistance regarding state benefits through a grant from The Texas Health & Human Service Commission.
  • Volunteered as an intern in the community outreach center to asses and provide services for individuals in need.
  • Organized and engaged in community outreach to women and intravenous drug users at highest risk for HIV transmission.
  • Performed community outreach, Intake assessments and admissions, provided case management services to participants, i.e.
  • Provided community outreach and education to diverse and at-risk populations in the San Francisco Bay Area.
  • Conduct street and community outreach efforts to educate underprivileged South Carolina communities on HIV/ AIDS.
  • Planned and carried out community outreach, promoting the clinic's services to the public.
  • Travel to partnering agencies and community outreach activities as needed.
  • Performed community outreach to families in need of pantry services.
  • Screened over 75 people for HIV testing during Community Outreaches.
  • Assisted with coordinated activities for the community outreach.
  • Direct community outreach to registered voters to mobilize support for addressing affordability issues Department of Urban and Regional Planning,

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7. HIV

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Here's how HIV is used in Outreach Worker jobs:
  • Facilitated HIV/STD/pregnancy prevention and education for weekly adolescent clinics.
  • Programmed Women and Girls HIV/AIDS awareness day activities and an HIV/AIDS related play at the NY Public Library.
  • Conduct community and agency outreach through distribution of pamphlets HIV/AIDS, self esteem building and agency services.
  • Provided education and information pertaining to the transmission and prevention of HIVAIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases.
  • Post counsel patients and provide accurate test result to patient and information about rapid HIV test.
  • Provide prevention education / HIV testing / STI screenings to other community organizations and shelters.
  • Provided HIV/AIDS, STD and Pregnancy prevention information to residents of New York City.
  • Identified project participants for HIV/AIDS screening and testing through Fast Track and Emergency Department.
  • Worked with HIV case manager and prevention case manager to ensure continuity of care.
  • Educate targeted population on HIV, Hepatitis and other STI's on prevention.
  • Provide direct service and support to people living with HIV/AIDS.
  • Refer HIV patients to medical providers for coordination of care.
  • Educate the general population about HIV and other STD's.
  • Provide youth with HIV and STD transmission and prevention information.
  • Conduct HIV Testing in various sites and settings.
  • Implement HIV/AIDS Risk Reduction Plan.
  • Provided HIV counseling and testing.
  • Provided HIV education to high-risk individuals Distributed condoms and educational material
  • Complete intake assessments for senior citizens for greater Newark area Locate services for persons who are infected with HIV/AIDS.
  • Provide HIV/AIDS pre/post test counseling and risk reduction education.

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8. Child Care

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  • Advised clients regarding food stamps, child care, food, money management, sanitation, or housekeeping.
  • Advise clients regarding food stamps, child care and money management.
  • Advised clients on food stamps, child care, sanitation.
  • Maintained a current list of children who needed child care.
  • Served as school-age Child Care Worker Conducted research for federal grants for underprivileged children.

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9. Substance Abuse

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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Outreach Worker jobs:
  • Provided a therapeutic environment where participants can dialogue safely about mental health and substance abuse.
  • Provide interventions and case management services to Asian-Americans with alcohol and substance abuse problems.
  • Provide substance abuse counseling/ treatment for community residents.
  • Experienced in collaborative and community outreach events and health fairs to promote early intervention services as it relates to substance abuse.
  • Contributed to high quality case management services for individuals served with mental health, substance abuse, and developmental disabilities.
  • Attended many classes on drug abuse and received 65 hours of credit towards Substance Abuse Counselor.
  • Managed Crisis Intervention Counseling, HIV/AIDS and Safe Sex information and Substance Abuse education and information.
  • Greeted and orientated customers seeking services for mental health, substance abuse and domestic violence.
  • Assessed individuals/families with shelter placement, substance abuse treatment, and provided clothing, etc.
  • Coordinated and taught Anger Management and Substance Abuse classes to adolescents ages 13 to 18.
  • Perform informal substance abuse counseling, Supervise all volunteers, and team planning.
  • Provide assessment and referral services for clients struggling with substance abuse issues.
  • Provided mental health and substance abuse services to adults with dual diagnosis.
  • Transport client to and from to receive substance abuse treatment.
  • Conduct reports data of HIV/AIDS problems associated with substance abuse.
  • Locate Heroine/ substance abusers and assist them with treatment.
  • Perform crisis intervention with clients of substance abuse.
  • Mentored women with substance abuse issues.
  • Engaged proactively with homeless populations to assist with existing .mental health or substance abuse issues and to obtain shelter for them.
  • Work as a team with fellow coworkers; provided light mental health or substance abuse counseling to clients.

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10. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in Outreach Worker jobs:
  • Served as intermediary with hospitals and health care professionals when emotionally troubled children were hospitalized.
  • Outlined the best way for users to take advantage of local services like food donations, free health care, etc.
  • Conducted presentations regarding Project Angel Food services to community agencies, hospitals, AIDS service organizations, and health care clinics.
  • Assisted parents to navigate The Health Care System by providing information for Medicaid, CHIP and Harris County Services.
  • Provided education and assisted members about their health care, services and programs that are available to them.
  • Work with staff and community agencies to provide HIV education to youth as part of routine health care.
  • Assessed acute health problems of clients to determine the most appropriate health care provider and make referrals.
  • Identify the particular health care needs of individuals in a community or target area.
  • Identified health care needs for under severed areas of Prince George's county residents.
  • Implemented and administered program and services for health care and medical facility.
  • Performed health care related tasks, such monitoring vital signs and medication.
  • Conducted outreach to assist non-adherent clients in receiving quality health care.
  • Stay informed of changes in application process for health care insurance.
  • Help parents sign their newborns on the managed health care plan.
  • Established rapport with these clients to increase health care compliance.
  • Conducted referrals to health care and social service agencies.
  • Register farm workers for health care.
  • VOLUNTEER Dispensed medical services in Nicaragua as part of a team of health care providers for 2 weeks in 2001.
  • Provided fun and educational events for community to increase awareness a out health care resources available.
  • Acted as liaison assisting them in obtaining health care and other services needed.

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11. Medical Appointments

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Here's how Medical Appointments is used in Outreach Worker jobs:
  • Transported individuals from residencies to community outings including medical appointments.
  • Refer and escort clients to detoxification and medical appointments.
  • Provided transportation and interpretation at medical appointments.
  • Assisted with transportation to medical appointments.
  • Administer medication and attending medical appointments.
  • Schedule clients' medical appointments, arrange transportation to doctor's appointments and revise patient information in Microsoft Word.
  • Transported clients to and from treatment facilities, court, counseling, and medical appointments.
  • Assisted clients with medical appointments, medication administration, and daily living tasks.
  • Field work involving home visits and accompanying clients to medical appointments when needed
  • Encouraged clients to make and keep medical appointments.
  • Assisted pregnant women with making medical appointments.
  • Arrange medical appointments and transportation when needed.
  • Transported clients to and from medical appointments.
  • Escorted women to their medical appointments.
  • Accompanied clients to housing interviews, hospitals, rehabilitations, detoxifications, and medical appointments.

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12. Social Workers

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Here's how Social Workers is used in Outreach Worker jobs:
  • Documented interactions with clients through written progress notes, and discussed interactions with the social workers.
  • Assisted with the online application for Social Security Income, referred by Social Workers.
  • Assisted social workers by providing follow up home visits to mental health clients.
  • Communicate with Social Workers to provide case updates and gain case direction/guidance.
  • Worked closely with Patient Access staff members from Dell Children's Medical Center as well as Case Managers and Social Workers.
  • Worked with doctors, nurses, and social workers to determine the patients needs.
  • Coordinated with clinicians, social workers, and probation officers to asses clients needs and ways to improve client s stability.

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13. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Outreach Worker jobs:
  • Conducted data entry for veteran quarterly reports.
  • Provide clerical support in the administrative office in the areas of telephone reception, data entry and home visits as required.
  • Case Management Data Entry, Filing, Clerical work Recruitment, Acceptance, Enrollment Telecommunications Made referrals Center Care Team Member
  • Created spreadsheets, performed data entry of collection of clinical data from investigative sites and distributed them to clinical team.
  • Maintained all paper and electronic records, performed data entry tasks and assisted with other duties as required or assigned.
  • Provide administrative support to office staff, including data entry, filing, and receptionist activities.
  • Performed basic data entry for recording and testing purposes for the benefit of the client.
  • Maintain all paper and electronic records as needed; perform data entry tasks as assigned.
  • Performed Data entry tasks and kept track of registered students on Excel Spreadsheets.
  • Assist with data entry and updates of a comprehensive contact management system.
  • Chart review and extraction of study related data and data entry.
  • General office duties including data entry, filing, answering phones.
  • Perform data entry and run queries utilizing an online database.
  • Performed data entry process and other clerical duties as assigned.
  • Performed data entry and analysis duties.
  • Support Group Recruit Clients Data Entry Home Visiting Filing/Scanning Documents Inventory

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14. Special Events

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Here's how Special Events is used in Outreach Worker jobs:
  • Supported organizational development of program special events for hurricane survivors.
  • Performed outreach work, distributing and providing information and counseling on a weekly basis and at special events.
  • Assist with health education opportunities in the community such as health fairs and special events as needed.
  • Schedule special events such as camps, conferences, meetings, seminars, or retreats.
  • Assist with organizing special events at center.
  • Publicized and conducted workshops and special events.
  • Handled cash during special events.
  • Promoted Sankofa Project through coordinating, creating and identifying special events to discuss cancer awareness.

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15. Health Fairs

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Here's how Health Fairs is used in Outreach Worker jobs:
  • Manage booths and tables at health fairs, the Essence Fest and other locally large / small city events.
  • Educated the public about the importance of immunizations through health fairs, clinics and community outreach.
  • Assist with the organization of health fairs, parent committees, parent training and parent education.
  • Assisted testing counselors at testing events such as health fairs and school based venues.
  • Give out information at Health Fairs about Sickle Cell Disease and Sickle Cell Trait.
  • Assisted outreach workers with setting up information tables for job fairs and health fairs.
  • Participated in street/health fairs to promote ongoing HIV prevention research studies.
  • Coordinated health fairs and speaking engagements on HIV/AIDS and Substance Abuse.
  • Hosted health fairs with help and collaboration of various agencies.
  • Set up and participated in area health fairs.
  • Participated at promotional health fairs setting up displays.
  • Attended Health Fairs/HIV Awareness Workshops /HIV Presentations.
  • Make contacts and attended health fairs.
  • Plan and organize health fairs.
  • Answered Phones, Made Copies, Scheduled appointments, Created Flyers and spreadsheets, attended health fairs, and networking meetings.
  • Provided housing for clients with HIV/AIDS Public speech for agencies, community centers and health fairs to spread our information.
  • Organized and hosted public health fairs, forums and seminars to get people in each county involved in the programs.
  • Attend community meetings and health fairs to build relationships and advise on risk reduction and prevention.
  • Work Health Fairs and attend community agencies for assistance to the parents and the Community.
  • Provided Healthcare Outreach at Health Fairs * Data Entry * Confirmed Doctors Appointments for Tenncare Patients

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16. High Risk

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  • Demonstrated various outreach methods in high risk locations for the center of diseases control for future HIV prevention studies.
  • Form relationships with the high risk persons in the community, as well as the people who know them.
  • Enroll those high risk women and complete risk assessment on each client to identify risk levels and immediate needs.
  • Provided HIV testing to local college age students and members of communities at high risk for HIV.
  • Recruited and increased the number of patients with high risk behaviors to test for sexually transmitted infections.
  • Worked in the community to identify high risk individuals, MSM and PWID of the community.
  • Worked collaboratively with a team serving a diverse population of high risk / homeless youths.
  • Performed statistical analysis of data to determine which population is at high risk for STD.
  • Interviewed and coordinated CT Lung scanning for high risk smokers at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
  • Conduct individual and group interventions with high risk men, women and youth.
  • Conduct street outreach to active substance users that are high risk for HIV/AIDS.
  • Provided Conflict Mediation and Crisis Intervention to high risk individuals.
  • Facilitated education and workshops for high risk pregnant women.
  • Worked with a high risk Infant Mortality program.
  • Case load 10-15 high risk individuals.
  • Conducted outreach to individuals involved in high risk behaviors Counseled individuals on a one-on-one basis
  • Provided linkages and referrals from social service agencies to high risk women in hopes of decreasing prenatal and individual HIV transmission.
  • worked with the community on AIDS testing Data entry worked threw out the panhandle teaching risk factors and educating high risk people
  • include providing HIV/STD prevention education to high risk groups and administering HIV tests.
  • Volunteer Prevention Services Distributed safe sex kits in high risk communities Provide information regarding HIV/STI test services Provide literature regarding Program resources

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17. at-Risk Youth

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  • Networked with community leaders providing requested agency outreach information pertaining to at-risk youth.
  • Carried out street outreach within Service Planning Area 2 with the objective of locating and assisting homeless and at-risk youth.
  • Manage a caseload of 25 plus at-risk youth ages 13-19, with risk levels high, medium and low.
  • Mentored at-risk youth aged 16-25 yrs old through the Violence Prevention Program sponsored through the University of Illinois.
  • Brief Strategic counseling services are providing to At-Risk youth ranging from ages 5 to 17 years old.
  • Conducted assessments to determine eligibility of At-Risk youth ages 13-18 for Youth Engagement Program.
  • Arranged and provided counseling, knowledge, food and shelter to at-risk youth.
  • Provide outreach to at-risk youth on the streets, including crisis intervention.
  • Contacted, monitored and recruited at-risk youth members of gangs.
  • Attended Conferences for At-Risk youth.
  • Provided crisis intervention, emergency referrals, and basic needs to homeless, at-risk youth.
  • Worked with at-risk youth, their caregivers and collaboratives in the community.

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18. Support Services

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  • Located and identified hurricane evacuees to provide support services.
  • Processed housing applications and provided support services.
  • Provide individual counseling and support services.
  • Provide and arrange support services including child care, prenatal care, substance abuse treatment and job training where necessary.
  • Reach out to young people, ages 11-19, especially those not connected to any support services.
  • Provided outreach and support services to pregnant and parenting youth in their homes and in the community.
  • Functioned as a liaison with members and assisted in facilitating access to medical and social support services.
  • Provide individual and group support services to empower at-risk youth who had experienced child abuse and neglect.
  • Provided referrals to patients, as needed and connected patients to community and social support services.
  • Assess and determine appropriate support services and provide referrals and/or linkage to other service providers.
  • Provided resource information and support services to targeted families of children with special needs.
  • Provide counseling and support services to abused and neglected children and their families.
  • Provide transportation to clients for shelter/housing and other appropriate support services.
  • Assist the family in finding resources for preventative and support services.
  • Provided evacuees with outreach and support services.
  • Facilitate support services for client's family members
  • Determine appropriate support services and provide referrals to other service providers such as healthcare, behavioral health, and legal aid.
  • Coordinate care and provide linkages to support services for those recognized as preliminarily HIV positive or high-risk negatives.
  • Job placement Provided support services and legal referrals.
  • Connected families to community resources Liaison with schools for afterschool support services and enrichment.

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19. Outreach Services

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  • Provided outreach services to individuals involved in unlawful behavior, by distributing information on housing as well as pamphlets and products
  • Provided mobile outreach services to adults experiencing homelessness.
  • Provide street-base outreach services to youth in high need areas, working with youth to establish basic case management and assistance.
  • Provide outreach services support to clients in various, medical, social, educational and other social services programs.
  • Engaged and empowered staff in their pursuit of locating evacuees and providing outreach services within specific time frames.
  • Provide outreach services to homeless and low-income persons in order to engage them in Community Action Agency programs.
  • Give outreach services & orientation for new and out of treatment HIV Patients and patient's family.
  • Provide outreach services and adherence education sessions to current Title III patients on a weekly basis.
  • Conducted community outreach services including risk reduction counseling, harm reduction counseling, and HIV testing.
  • Provide outreach services in the downtown corridor of Santa Cruz to people in need of service.
  • Provision of outreach services to homeless individuals via street outreach, soup kitchens and shelters.
  • Provided outreach services to families with children at risk of child abuse and neglect.
  • Performed outreach services to male sex workers on the streets of Providence.
  • Provide Outreach Services to build family strengths and empower parents.
  • Provide outreach services to clients in the STI clinic.
  • Provided outreach services to those who were affected by Hurricane Rita and/or Hurricane Katrina by: Connecting survivors with community resources.
  • Provided outreach services to flood victims in Putnam and Kanawha counties following severe flash flood event.
  • Organized crisis and outreach services for Josh Loften High School.
  • Provide street-outreach services to unstably housed cis- and trans- women.
  • Provided outreach services to to children, youth and adults within the family who benefited from counseling services.

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20. Street Outreach

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  • Conduct street outreach activities distributing marketing materials to promote testing services.
  • Conducted HIV awareness presentations as street outreach education.
  • Engaged individuals and families who were homeless through street outreach efforts and crisis intervention in the Drop-in Center and Soup Kitchen.
  • Distribute safer sex supplies and educational material during street outreach to youth ages 13- 24.
  • General principles and practices of street outreach service, including appropriate safety guidelines and procedures.
  • Conducted street outreach in at-risk neighborhoods with skillful advocacy and direct service referrals.
  • Conduct HIV/AIDS educations and spiritual empowerment workshops, street outreach and facilitate groups.
  • Created and implemented a volunteer recruiting process to ensure greater street outreach efforts.
  • Worked directly with homeless and runaway youth through a hands-on street outreach program.
  • Trained new staff to be effective HIV Educators and Street Outreach Workers.
  • Performed street outreach to homeless youth in downtown Salt Lake City.
  • Conducted street outreach initiatives with the Department of Homeless Services.
  • Engaged in homeless street outreach and engagement in Cumberland County.
  • Conducted HIV counseling, testing, and street outreach.
  • Train interns and volunteers to do street outreach.
  • Conducted street outreach activities in the community.
  • Conduct street outreach with substance abusing clientele.
  • Conducted street outreach to at-risk homeless youth throughout San Mateo County.
  • Maintained Progress notes Performed Street outreach and harm reduction.
  • Expand community links Provide educational and self-efficacy materials to clients Conduct street outreach Provide referrals and resources to client

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  • Provided services to homeless population, compiled data, and case- managed and advocated for homeless individuals.
  • Engaged in and developed relationships with homeless individuals in and around Center City.
  • Work closely with homeless individuals who have a severe mental disability.
  • Provided linkage to community resources for homeless individuals and families.
  • Provide storage for belongings of homeless individuals moved from encampments.7.
  • Provided street outreach to homeless individuals experiencing mental illness.
  • Collected data on homeless individuals for tracking purposes.
  • Outreached to homeless individuals residing in the streets, emergency shelters or facing eviction from private residences.
  • Present Seek out and engage homeless individuals living in areas not meant for purposes of human habitation.
  • Engaged street homeless individuals to offer shelter, assess and transport clients based on their individual needs.
  • Worked with homeless individuals with drug and alcohol dependencies as well as mental illness.
  • Perform screening, assessment and referrals to homeless individuals in Palm Beach County.
  • Develop rapport and relationships through regular contact with homeless individuals on the streets.
  • Provided food, clothing and outreach intervention services to homeless individuals.
  • Dispatched outreach teams to engage homeless individuals on the street.
  • Provided meals and toiletries for homeless individuals on street.
  • Assist street Homeless individuals find shelter throughout NYC.
  • Maintained log of homeless individuals with chronic cases.
  • Perform well check of homeless individuals, assessing their vulnerability to dyingoutside.4.
  • Document all homeless individuals' transactions in the Clientpoint and Servicepoint databases.

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  • Provided assessment, intervention and individualized treatment plans to stabilize or resolve immediate crisis for individuals and families.
  • Interview prospective clients, develop comprehensive assessments and design individualized treatment plans.
  • Developed personalized client treatment plans and resource management.
  • Generated and implemented effective treatment plans.
  • Develop individualized service/treatment plans jointly with the clients and guardians in order to address the needs of the client.
  • Provided comprehensive case management services, including creating treatment plans and connecting clients and families to appropriate resources.
  • Designed treatment plans to reflect the needs of the individual as well as assess their progress.
  • Created treatment plans based on measurable symptoms and goals; updated every three months.
  • Assisted in development of treatment plans, provided case management and maintained client files.
  • Developed treatment plans; attended and facilitated Individual Service Plan (ISP) meetings.
  • Designed and implemented treatment plans to adults with mental illnesses in the community.
  • Collaborate with other staff members to perform clinical assessments or develop treatment plans.
  • Documented client s progress and created treatment plans every six months.
  • Assessed clients needs and developed Treatment plans based on those needs.
  • Develop and implement treatment plans based on clinical experience and knowledge.
  • Developed and implemented treatment plans and modified when needed.
  • Assisted clients in fulfilling treatment plans and goals.
  • Completed mental health assessments and treatment plans.
  • Organized drug and alcohol treatment plans.
  • Provided individual and couples counseling, formulated treatment plans and completed psychosocial histories.

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  • Maintained inventory of health education/outreach materials necessary to conduct outreach efforts.
  • Provide health education and individual risk reduction counseling sessions.
  • Provided basic nutrition and preventive health education to Participants.
  • Coordinated and facilitated weekly health education groups.
  • Provided health education and assistance with concrete services to patients: case management, home visits, referrals and outreach.
  • Developed health educational topics to provide preventive health care information on diabetes, West Nile Virus, etc.
  • Interpreted for nurses, transported migrant farm workers, assisted with wellness checkups and provided health education
  • Provided sexual health education to adolescents between the age of 12 and 18 in school settings.
  • Planned, organized and directed HIV/AIDS health education programs for group and community needs.
  • Assisted with the planning, implementation and evaluation of health education and promotion programs.
  • Provided case management services: health education, meals, transportation, etc.
  • Serve as an agency spokesperson on sexual health education issues when needed.
  • Conducted health education sessions and raised awareness on HIV risk reduction.
  • Provided prevention health education around substance use and safer sex practices.
  • Offer sex workers health education and harm reduction activities.
  • Assisted with seminars on Health Education and Safe Sex.
  • Provide health education to clients in need of assistance.
  • Recruit racial/ethnic minorities and distribute health education literature, facilitate and coordinate MOTA groups monthly.
  • Provided culturally appropriate health education to underserved at risk youth.
  • Design and implement health education training programs on chronic illnesses management for seniors and children.

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  • Provided stellar customer service from telephone inquires regarding the program and provided detailed information about the services and programs available.
  • Provide customer service to community members and school administrators pertaining to city services.
  • Worked for several years in local retail establishments providing excellent customer service.
  • Provided exceptional customer service to clients.
  • Provided case management and customer service.
  • Demonstrated excellent customer services skills including the ability to handle complex cases and problems with a calm demeanor.
  • Transport children of all ages, working front line, customer service, mandated reporter
  • Trained new interns and existing employees on how to run Customer Service desk.
  • Provided transportation to and from the clinic and great customer service skills.
  • Provide quality customer service to members, volunteers and participants.
  • Provided outreach and customer services within the Boston community.
  • Book appointments, Customer service, data entry
  • Participate each year in MANDATORY CUSTOMER SERVICE TRAINING.
  • Answered customer service calls on multi-lined telephone system *Received verifications from customer have to file and record in database.
  • perform filing,record keeping and Customer service at various events conducted throughout Sullivan co. also conduct home visits as well.
  • Supervised employees Train associates Skills Used Quality customer service Skilled listener

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25. Monthly Reports

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  • Compose monthly reports necessary to evaluate services and program effectiveness provided outreach and educational presentations.
  • Documented health promotion and generated monthly reports and data analysis per grant guidelines.
  • Prepared and produced monthly reports regarding home visitations with homeowners.
  • Conducted data-entry for monthly reports.
  • Maintain logs of encounters creating monthly reports rendered HIV and STD training and pretension, and performed various clerical tasks.
  • Evaluated progress of the goals of parents and families through conducting monthly home visits, and writing monthly reports.
  • Provide monthly reports to Family Counselors and Supervisors and quarterly reports to the CPS Worker and Family Court.
  • Draft all monthly reports and coordinate all treatment plan reviews and revisions.
  • Input and manage outreach data through URS System and generate monthly reports.
  • Prepared monthly reports on all families and contacts regarding the services provided.
  • Conducted various weekly & monthly reports for staff on all accounts
  • Maintain a system of data collection and prepare monthly reports.
  • Document client progress, monthly reports and service plans.
  • Help develop community activities, and provided monthly reports.
  • Maintained records, documentation and monthly reports.
  • Prepared monthly reports on admissions and statistics.
  • Submit monthly reports to San Diego County.
  • Produced and distributed monthly reports for the State of New Jersey, Case management services provided to clients.
  • Prepared monthly reports and budgets for submittal to OAPP.
  • Conduct monthly reports for billing.

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26. Support Groups

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  • Facilitated health education/support groups for homeless youth - Provided community outreach & resources to at-risk youth
  • Coordinate on-site recreational, social and community-building activities, support groups, and educational opportunities.
  • Facilitated support groups on health and awareness regarding systems of prostitution.
  • Facilitate parent education and support groups to women in rehabilitation.
  • Organize support groups or counsel family members to assist them in understanding, dealing with, and supporting the client.
  • Assisted with the development and facilitation of counseling groups, support groups and other appropriate short-term interventions to the schools.
  • Conduct education workshops, support groups, and meetings in appropriate community settings.
  • Assist with mailings, luncheon series and educational support groups.
  • Facilitated support groups, parenting classes, and conference events.
  • Interacted directly with other community agencies and support groups.
  • Developed, planned and facilitated support groups.
  • Helped host public LGBTQIA support groups.
  • Facilitated workshops and support groups.
  • Participated in on-going recruitment efforts for monthly support groups that provided residents with resources and supportive educational tools.
  • Facilitated and organized support groups Provided educational workshop pertaining to HIV/AIDS and sex education
  • Escort clients to various appointments Facilitated weekly support groups
  • Developed 2 HIV support groups and after school programs at Farragut High School Supervised 6 interns through Summer Youth Program.
  • Recruited and screened prospective participants for support groups Supplied clients with referrals to appropriate service providers.
  • Develop demographic and narrative reports Lead support groups.
  • facilitate Spanish-speaking recovery-based support groups including Apoyo para Clientes, and Control of Emotions.

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27. New Clients

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  • Recruited new clients to join the Baby College through door to door solicitation, tabling community visits, etc.
  • Interviewed and assessed new clients weekly who were mandated into the program.
  • Performed public outreach in diverse communities, recruited new clients.
  • Conducted intakes of new clients and their families.

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28. STD

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  • Certified Urban Specialist providing workshops in Anger Management, Bullying, Gang Awareness, HIV/AIDS-STD's, Domestic/Teen Violence, etc.
  • Test STD clinic patients for hepatitis C virus, disseminating information regarding hepatitis C to STD clinic attendees and community affiliates.
  • Facilitate a support group that focused on HIV/STD Prevention, self- esteem, and personal growth.
  • Provided HIV-STD prevention education, assisted in attainment of basic needs and coordinated a drop-in center.
  • Analyzed public health programs data for Prince George's County Health Department STD clinic.
  • Conducted presentations pertaining to Reproductive Life Plan, STD Prevention, and Prenatal Care.
  • Conducted street outreach on HIV, Hepatitis C and STD's prevention.
  • Updated records of patients recently visited the STD clinic.
  • Presented HIV/AIDS and STD's awareness through presentations.
  • Conduct HIV/AIDS and STD's presentations.
  • Collected vaginal samples for STD testing.
  • Referred individuals to STD/AIDS testing sites.
  • Counseled young teenagers about health information including AIDS, HIV and STD'S Encouraged teenagers to stay safe and get tested
  • Applied the public health policies and regulations in order to perform HIV pre-and-post counseling for STD clinic.
  • Served as a HIV/AIDS and STD prevention specialist for the Student Body of Edward Waters College.
  • Educated 50 clients each week on the prevention and treatment of HIV and other STDs.
  • Assessed the well being of clients with evaluation of risk factors for HIV/STDs.
  • Presented presentations on HIV/AIDS and STDs.
  • Worked on campaigns that provided HIV/AIDS, STDs and diabetes education and prevention services to a target population.
  • encouraged drug and alcohol abusers to go Into treatment, and to be tested for STD's and HIV

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29. Domestic Violence

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  • Encourage safety by using emotional safety planning, relapse prevention planning and domestic violence safety planning.
  • Communicated with other safe shelters and rape crisis centers to compile and organize information about domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • Participated in Domestic Violence Round Table, CHNA, Parent To Parent Program at New England Medical Center.
  • Provide education and prevention to rural communities regarding domestic violence and its effect on families and communities.
  • Assist victims of domestic violence in increasing their safety and assist them in utilizing appropriate resources.
  • Referred women to various agencies for housing, domestic violence and governmental aide assistance.
  • Conducted the Ohio Reformatory for Women Domestic Violence Program in three phases.
  • Participate in staff development and training to domestic violence.
  • Phase 1 is a domestic violence education class.
  • Plan and facilitate psychoeducational support groups on domestic violence related topics.
  • Conducted clinical interviews with individuals and families to assess for stressors relating to mental health, substance abuse and domestic violence.

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30. Phone Calls

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  • Responded to phone calls and provided assistance to in-person questions regarding eligibility and services offered.
  • Report suspicion of child neglect and abuse, Phone calls to remember appointments, Refer families to different agencies as needed.
  • Provide support to clients via home visits/center visits/phone calls, and resource information to needy families on a daily basis.
  • Conduct follow-up activities (phone calls, mailings, and in-person reminders) to ensure participants return.
  • Registered potential clients, made telephone calls to clients about their doctors visits and scheduled appointments.
  • Assist clients with translating phone calls, paperwork, and making medical and school related appointments.
  • Assisted clients in scheduling home visits and phone calls and monitored effectiveness of these activities.
  • Translated for Spanish speaking parents via phone calls, conferences, and parent meetings.
  • Fielded phone calls from area homeowners to help them navigate the Me2 program.
  • Case managed participants for follow up via phone calls and home visitation.
  • Make phone calls to clients as well as perform other.
  • Responded to phone calls and addressed problems on the phone.
  • Make phone calls for follow-ups on referrals for clients.
  • Follow up phone calls or home visits with members.
  • Answer phone calls, Copying and faxing
  • Answer phone calls and outreach.
  • Make and received phone calls.
  • Answered phone calls, took referrals from hospitals, rehabs, clients, families, neighbors and executed the requests.
  • Prepare club for members * Recruit members to attend the club * Answered phone calls * Nightly Paperwork
  • Summer Intern File Documents Make spreadsheets Make and present presentations Deliver documents and ran errands Answer Phone calls

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31. Community Health

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  • Establish cooperative relationship with law enforcement, judiciary, jail systems, community health systems and psychiatric inpatient medical services.
  • Implemented the Train the Trainer program in several community by collaborating with organizations that promoted an implements Community Health events.
  • Participated in Community Health Fairs targeting pregnant women and families.
  • Experienced worker in performing community health and welfare confirmation visits.
  • Attended and displayed preventative information at community health fairs.
  • Refer residents to community health centers for vaccination.
  • Participated and attended community health fairs.
  • Participated in community health fairs.
  • Completed Community Health Worker training.
  • Participate in community health fairs and similar events to maximize opportunities for screening, education and referrals for people with disabilities.
  • Organize booths at school and community health fairs to let families know what health resources are available within the school district.
  • Served as a community representative for the county by participating in community health fairs and events, classes, and seminars.
  • Plan and conduct programs to combat social problems, prevent substance abuse, or improve community health and counseling services.
  • Participated in community health fairs, school health events, and coordinated patient's prenatal care.
  • Refer individuals to the services of the Staten Island LGBT Center and Community Health Action facilities
  • Provided outreach in the community and discussed the services provided by the community health center.
  • Assisted individuals in enrolling in Community Health Care Network at South County Health Center.
  • Organize community health fairs, and community events.
  • Assist in Community Healthcare Centers.
  • Served the Community Health Outreach Workers' Project (CHOW) in a Needle Exchange Program (NEP).

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32. Homeless Shelter

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  • Collaborate with local homeless shelter for referrals, and outside service providers for community referrals.
  • Developed community linkages with homeless shelters, churches, soup kitchens, and social service organizations.
  • Conducted workshops on creating video and blogging in various homeless shelters and drop-in centers.

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33. Pregnant Women

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  • Facilitated prenatal education classes for pregnant women groups.
  • Provided referrals as needed to other agencies, coordinated care and provided transportation and emotional support to pregnant and non-pregnant women.
  • Reached out to pregnant women and the homeless; brought them to the clinic for medical attention or other needs.
  • Recruited and enrolled pregnant women, infants, and children in the South Ward of Newark in need of immunizations.
  • Conduct community outreach events geared to identify pregnant women in need of prenatal care in Camden City.
  • Identified addicted, pregnant women, arranging meetings with case managers and required services as needed.
  • Worked with families of children up to the age of five years old and pregnant women.
  • Canvassed assigned areas for at risk pregnant women and teens.
  • Helped pregnant women and families with children access medical insurance.
  • Work with pregnant women to provide all resources for them.
  • Case Manager for pregnant women and children in Central Ohio.
  • Provided case management and HUSKY outreach to pregnant women.
  • Improved health care access to lower income pregnant women.
  • Assisted pregnant women in accessing substance abuse services.
  • Transported pregnant women to related care services.
  • Recruited high risk pregnant women for PHRM/ISS Program, created medical records, scheduledappointments, and preformed daily secretarial duties.
  • Pre-registered pregnant women into SMS for future delivery and false labor.

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34. Community Meetings

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  • Participate in community meetings related to domestic violence and represents FSNO at public relations activities.
  • Organized community meetings to empower victims.
  • Assisted in providing and attaining public information about the YDP agency, YDP community groups, and at community meetings.
  • Recruited a diverse group and targeted individuals for program participation, workshops, and community meetings.
  • Attend community meetings or health fairs to understand community issues or build relationships with community members.
  • Attended community meetings and conferences about young women issues and represented HEAT at events.
  • Attend numerous community meetings and served on committees that dealt with perinatal issues.
  • Participate in monthly community meetings of the South End Healthy Boston Coalition.
  • Attended community meetings on a regular basis.
  • Organized community meetings to inform resident about Medicaid, community housing, career opportunity And child health plus.
  • Conducted tri monthly community meetings, helped with food drives.

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35. WIC

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  • Translated for those who did not understand how the program worked or how to use their food stamps and WIC checks.
  • Collect monthly data regarding current and past due immunizations of WIC participants and send to the State of CT Health Dept.
  • Provided Covenant House brochures, sandwiches, blankets, toiletries and services on-the-spot to those in need of the services.
  • Offer support, counseling, and problem solving to nursing mothers to ensure successful breastfeeding through the WIC Program.
  • Provided one on one counseling sessions to a caseload of approximately 15 twice a month.
  • Action Taken: Applied for and received various entitlements including WIC and fuel assistance.
  • Distribute program information at St. Paul WIC Sites and Ramsey County Welfare building.
  • Work with community organizations to educate the public about the WIC program.
  • Traveled twice weekly to give presentations on the program to local businesses.
  • Assisted mothers with applying for WIC program and other healthy programs.
  • Completed required documents for each program site conducted twice a week.
  • Drive to Birmingham for meetings no less than twice monthly.
  • Telephoned inactive clients regarding their WIC status.
  • PACE, WIC, SNAP, and training programs.
  • Visit the migrant work camps to inform families about Intercare's medical, dental, and WIC services available.
  • Worked at Riker's Island twice a week assisting in conducting outreach for the agency.
  • Scheduled appointments, issued WIC vouchers and maintained an accurate records database.

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36. Sex Education

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  • Co-facilitated classes to inform men and women about sex education and alcohol/drug relapse/prevention.
  • Conduct sex education classes for pregnant and parenting adolescents.

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  • Develop and monitor Family Service Plans, including identifying problems and making referrals to community resources.
  • Developed and reviewed service plans in consultation with clients, and performed follow-up visits assessing quantity and quality of services provided.
  • Worked with clients to determine their needs and progress on an ongoing basis, updating individual service plans regularly.
  • Develop Service Plans to increase parenting skills, teaching effective parenting skills, and increase autonomy.
  • Maintain all case related documentation to include case service notes, assessments and service plans.
  • Developed individual service plans (ISP's) and coordinated various services within the community.
  • Participated in Child and Family Team meetings and helped set goals and make service plans
  • Documented all patient information including service plans, treatment reports and progress notes.
  • Assisted youth in achieving desired goals of educational/IEP and their developmental service plans.
  • Develop individual service plans and provide case management services for domestic violence clients.
  • Developed service plans, discussed health care proxy and made referrals.
  • Maintain client progress notes and assist in developing goal-orientated service plans.
  • Access clients needs and develops service plans and referrals.
  • Develop and review service plans and follow ups.
  • Prepared family assessments and service plans for DCF .

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38. Medical Care

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  • Fill out medical documents accurately to ensure proper medical care.
  • Provided age appropriate HIV/AIDS education in community * Connected HIV positive individuals into medical care

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39. Emotional Support

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  • Provided front-line emotional support of impacted families/individuals
  • Connect distraught survivors with qualified mental health professionals; Provide emotional support and understanding to disgruntled Hurricane Katrina victims.
  • Provide basic educational and emotional support to individuals or groups related to disaster reactions.
  • Provide crisis response and emotional support to referred survivors.
  • Provided emotional support to individuals and families impacted by the flooding of Southeastern Wisconsin in the spring of 2008.
  • Provided direct supervision and emotional support for Minor youth aged 10-17 in a temporary shelter.
  • Provided social and emotional support for clients by conducting home visits and community outreach.
  • Provided emotional support for flood victims and referral services to all R.I. residents.
  • Conducted intake interviews to assess needs, provide crisis and emotional support.
  • Counseled clients; ability to provide emotional support and encouragement to clients.
  • Provide crisis response and emotional support to persons referred for service.
  • Arrange for transportation, if necessary, and provide emotional support.
  • Provide individual case management to low income and disadvantaged young adults including providing emotional support and help getting access to resources.
  • Provided emotional support and company to patients taking refuge in the New York NY organization.
  • Coordinated group activities and provided emotional support to over 15 clients.

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40. Client Records

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  • Maintained confidential client records utilized for developing individual treatment plans and goals.
  • Assist clients in obtaining a primary care medical home; to complete initial intake entry forms maintain client records.
  • Maintain updated client records with plans, notes, appropriate forms, or related information.
  • Maintained current client records, prepared client visitation / contact reports for management.
  • Maintain complete client records, daily activity logs and other reports as directed.
  • Created, maintained and updated client records according to state regulations.
  • Maintain updated client records with plans, notes and related information.
  • Provide documentation in logs and client records of services delivered.
  • Managed client records to provide payment of utility bills.
  • Recorded client data as required by La Voz Latina and DRS while maintaining a confidentiality of client records.
  • Maintained confidential client records Processed state required documents Developed & implemented goals & initiatives for clients & families

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41. Scheduling Appointments

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  • Operate telephone switchboard to answer, screen and forward calls, providing information, taking messages and scheduling appointments.
  • Provide health information, assist referrals by scheduling appointments and arrange for transportation to and from the health centers.
  • Used strong communication skills when calling and scheduling appointments for people interested in filling out applications for assistance.
  • Assist in scheduling appointments for clients to meet with programs professional.

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42. Client Information

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  • Do basic case record documentation of client contacts and assist in collecting initial assessment/reassessment client information.
  • Enter client information into New York State database, Maintain accurate files, Keep Supervisor informed of weekly progress
  • Evaluate clients' physical or mental condition, based on review of client information.
  • Documented client information including mental health assessments, treatment plans and progress notes.
  • Maintain confidentiality of all client information as per federal and state laws.
  • Trained to put client information into the HMIS system.
  • Entered all client information into database.
  • Documented client information obtained from interviews Responsible for primary care, case management, and medication management.
  • Maintain up-to-date client information, electronic documentation and track client "trail."
  • Maintained client relationships Routed calls to appropriate departments Updated and maintained client information Explained products and services to customers

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43. Program Participants

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  • Conducted quarterly inspections to ensure proper guidelines were followed by program participants.
  • Interviewed and registered WIC Program participants.
  • Maintain confidential records of program participants.
  • Advanced level community-based position that provides outreach And case management service to Healthy Start, Inc. program participants.
  • Work closely with program participants to help eliminate poverty and to improve quality of life.
  • Serve as a liaison for new program participants at the Equinox Outreach Center.
  • Create and implemented strategies to increase attendance of program participants including home visits.

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44. Target Population

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  • Provided outreach within the Kentucky Department of Corrections to identify target population for the veterans re-entry program.
  • Initiated conversations with target population in the field regarding accessing helpful resources and recording important information.
  • Provided safety kit packs to community and target populations.
  • Refer target population to community resources.
  • Act as a link between target population and care program staff to improve client's overall quality of life.
  • Contacted and built relationships with the target population via drop-in center, internet, club & street outreach.
  • Worked with target population such as minorities, drug users and adolescents, and visited social service agencies.
  • Joined and attended ongoing community service meetings/committees that address target population(s) issues and concerns.
  • Recruit participants, volunteers, and program sites from target populations, and area resources.
  • Interview Identify, recruit, and refer high-risk youth within the target population.
  • Developed effective street presence and fostered trust in target population groups.
  • Identify and outreach target population age 50 and over.
  • Make safe sex kits Administered HIV Testing to target population
  • Provided individual counseling and group education regarding HIV/STDs, drugs, and contraception to members of the target population.
  • Field Organizer/Outreach Initiated contact with the public and connected with target population.
  • Present Meet with target population to educate on HIV prevention.
  • Provided STDs screenings to members of the target population.

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45. Basic Needs

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  • Managed caseload of families regarding basic needs and individualized goals.
  • Provided basic needs such as food, hygiene supplies, clothing, and bus tokens to youth at-risk or experiencing homelessness.
  • Screen for basic needs; provide services resources, referrals to service agencies, shelter and drop in centers.
  • Provided information on community education and other basic needs to potential clients and their families.
  • Provided crisis intervention while assisting with housing, nutrition, utility, and basic needs.
  • Provided a variety of services that help people with basic needs throughout Rock Island county.

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46. Recreational Activities

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  • Take individuals into the community for social and recreational activities.
  • Supervised and instructed juveniles in maintenance and recreational activities.
  • Devised and executed recreational activities for the residents.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities.
  • Provided recreational activities to promote therapeutic and educational growth through: cooking classes, job hunts, bowling trips, etc.
  • Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Job Duties: Supervised clients during daily routines, meals and recreational activities.
  • Engaged youth in recreational activities, community service, and homework assistance.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities such as games.

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47. Law Enforcement

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  • Established and maintained relationships with law enforcement, and other professionals.
  • Developed and maintained professional relationship with local law enforcement agencies.
  • Communicate effectively with all guardians and law enforcement personnel.
  • Provided emergency services for law enforcement agencies
  • Work closely with service providers such as law enforcement, schools, juvenile justice and child welfare agencies.
  • Meet with community including law enforcement, business owners, elected officials, and homeless.
  • Functioned as a liaison between law enforcement, youths, and parks and recreation.
  • Worked and interacted with law enforcement agencies.
  • Provided training to Utica Police Department personnel in dealing with Veterans and their specific law enforcement issues.

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48. Client Files

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  • Maintained client files and documentation to meet governmental requirements.
  • Maintained precise and accurate documentation of case management services, including client files and entries into the program database.
  • Maintain client files, create spreadsheets, data entry, other duties and special projects as assigned.
  • Utilized Microsoft Word, Excel and/or Accessed and maintain client files and records.
  • Documented and managed client files in collaboration with Adult Protective Services.
  • Keep client files, make referrals and follow up.
  • Charted and recorded information in client files.
  • Created and managed client files and records.
  • Maintain client files and submit monthly reports.
  • Manage and maintain client files.
  • Organized and maintained client files.
  • Assist with maintaining and updating data tracking in client files and required grants/reports in a timely and accurate manner (i.e.
  • Maintain El Chante, Si Se Puede, Mujeres Con Esperanza, Centro de Juventud client files.

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49. Hepatitis

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  • Conduct interviews with possible Hepatitis infected clients.
  • Provide home visitation to patients who are newly diagnosed with TB, HIV, Syphilis, and Hepatitis.
  • Educate Chicago residents about the importance and availability of Hepatitis A & B vaccination.
  • Assisted in providing Substance Abuse /HIV/Hepatitis C Virus outreach, testing and referral services.
  • Conducted Viral Hepatitis C Counseling, Testing and Referral Services.
  • Organized and delivered outreach to high-risk communities -Taught HIV and Hepatitis C seminars to substance abuse counseling groups

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50. Conflict Resolution

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  • Demonstrated ability in crisis management and conflict resolution during street outreach with at risk populations.
  • Conducted presentations and workshops on behavioral modification, conflict resolution and crisis intervention.
  • Utilized customer service, time management, and communication and conflict resolution skills to canvas the Franklin County area.
  • Administered individual and group sessions that focused on pregnancy prevention, risk reduction, and conflict resolution.
  • Encouraged positive, responsible behaviors to guide youth in conflict resolution and self -control discipline.
  • Provided mentoring, mediation, conflict resolution, case management, and job preparation.
  • Provided safety and security to clients; assisted in conflict resolution between clients.
  • Assisted in the co-facilitation of conflict resolution workshops with the local youth.
  • Linked clients to community services and opportunities * Provide intervention and conflict resolution in potentially violent circumstances.
  • Assisted with student conflict resolution/field trips/awards recognition/ parental permission for students to attend after school activities.
  • Provided counseling to juvenile detainees on: substance abuse, crisis intervention, mental health and conflict resolution.
  • Coordinated services and activities within a busy drop-in center for youth.Skills Usedconflict resolution, accessing community resources, empathy

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20 Most Common Skills For An Outreach Worker

Appropriate Referrals

12.6%

Financial Assistance

10.2%

Crisis Intervention

7.8%

Community Resources

7.7%

Mental Health Services

7.6%

Community Outreach

7.4%

HIV

6.9%

Child Care

4.5%

Substance Abuse

4.4%

Health Care

4.1%

Medical Appointments

3.9%

Social Workers

3.5%

Data Entry

2.6%

Special Events

2.6%

Health Fairs

2.5%

High Risk

2.4%

at-Risk Youth

2.4%

Support Services

2.4%

Outreach Services

2.2%

Street Outreach

2.1%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Outreach Worker

Rank Skill
1 Appropriate Referrals 9.4%
2 Financial Assistance 7.7%
3 Crisis Intervention 5.9%
4 Community Resources 5.7%
5 Mental Health Services 5.7%
6 Community Outreach 5.6%
7 HIV 5.2%
8 Child Care 3.4%
9 Substance Abuse 3.3%
10 Health Care 3.1%
11 Medical Appointments 2.9%
12 Social Workers 2.6%
13 Data Entry 2.0%
14 Special Events 2.0%
15 Health Fairs 1.9%
16 High Risk 1.8%
17 at-Risk Youth 1.8%
18 Support Services 1.8%
19 Outreach Services 1.6%
20 Street Outreach 1.6%
21 Homeless Individuals 1.4%
22 Treatment Plans 1.4%
23 Health Education 1.3%
24 Customer Service 1.3%
25 Monthly Reports 1.2%
26 Support Groups 1.2%
27 New Clients 1.2%
28 STD 1.0%
29 Domestic Violence 1.0%
30 Phone Calls 0.9%
31 Community Health 0.9%
32 Homeless Shelter 0.9%
33 Pregnant Women 0.8%
34 Community Meetings 0.8%
35 WIC 0.8%
36 Sex Education 0.8%
37 Service Plans 0.7%
38 Medical Care 0.7%
39 Emotional Support 0.6%
40 Client Records 0.6%
41 Scheduling Appointments 0.6%
42 Client Information 0.6%
43 Program Participants 0.6%
44 Target Population 0.6%
45 Basic Needs 0.6%
46 Recreational Activities 0.5%
47 Law Enforcement 0.5%
48 Client Files 0.5%
49 Hepatitis 0.5%
50 Conflict Resolution 0.5%
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