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Program Manager for IDHC (Immigration Deportation and Hardship Center)

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-Reports to Clinical Director and Chief Program Officer

-oversee quality assurance of department processes and clinical records for both mental health forensic evaluation cases, clinical collaboration model project counseling cases, mental health counseling cases, and case management

-work with marketing director to increase referrals from non-profit law firms, agencies, attorneys, and others

-work with partners (Amigos de Guadalupe and Alpha Schools) to implement psychoeducation programming

-work with grant writer and other project leads to put together grant applications

-work with fund development officer to secure funding for scholarships for training and client services as well as explore alternative funding and grants for services

-put together statistics for IDHC program

-supervise training director to ensure success of training sessions

-provide input to research projects and evaluations

-ensure seamless interaction between client referrals, contractors, attorneys and finance

-attend monthly Refugee and Immigrant Forum and South Bay Human Trafficking Coalition meetings

-Oversee Community Education and Advocacy program through TEA (Theatre for empowerment and AdvocacyProject for population served by IDHC

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453 W SAN CARLOS ST., San Jose, CA 95110, US

Mission Statement

A multi-cultural, service, research and training center for the promotion of resilience in refugees and immigrants


The specific purpose of this corporation is for service, research and training:

  1. To provide counseling, psycho- educational services and cultural awareness programs for newcomer families and their children that is respectful of ethnic values and diverse views, including State Laws pertaining to Child Protection, Domestic Violence, Educational, Immigration and other areas.
  2. To provide a setting for professionals who work with stressed families in newcomer and other circumstances to gain knowledge and skills to help them be effective in their work.
  3. To develop a knowledge base for dissemination of practices, methods and concepts for use in the broad mental health and Social Services field.
Advocacy & Human Rights
Immigrants & Refugees


We'll work with your schedule.


1376 4th st., Ste. 100.San Jose, CA 95112



  • Strategic Planning
  • Administrative Support
  • Program Management
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Database Administration




  • It will require 10-15 hours per week, but some of the work could be done remotely.

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