After a Disaster the Care Continues! Do you want to help people recover?
Provide help to those who need it most! You can help those affected by disaster to apply and receive financial assistance and/or community resources.
The Recovery Services Client Care Program allows the Red Cross to rapidly meet disaster-caused needs by enabling clients to apply and receive financial assistance and/or community resources.The Client Care Program Service Associate supports the recovery of disaster affected individuals, households, and communities by providing referrals, advocacy, and financial assistance through RC Care (case management system).
· Conduct Intake by interviewing the client and opening a case in RC Care
· Provide Financial Assistance to qualified clients.
· Conduct Follow-up and Recovery Planning Services
· Provide Internal Referrals
· Provide Community Referrals
· Assist with problem-solving and advocacy on request
· Use RC Care to document services according to the Client Care Program Standards and Procedures
· Services may be provided in person or virtually.
· Complete the required virtual self-paced training (9 hours of training total)
About American Red Cross of Southeastern PA - Headquarters
2221 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104, US
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the POWER OF VOLUNTEERS and the generosity of donors.
The American Red Cross offers a wide variety of volunteer opportunities -- including:
- Biomedical/Blood Services as an Screener, Ambassador or Driver
- Disaster Cycle Services as a Responder (locally and/or nationally) or Recovery Caseworker
- Emergency Preparedness as a Smoke Alarm Installer or Youth Educator
- Community Outreach
- Volunteer Services
- Service to the Armed Forces
601 Westtown WayWest Chester, PA 19382
October 4, 2021
- Disaster Response
- Case Work / Management
- Social Work
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Local/Regional: Shift work determined by the scale of the relief operation; a minimum requirement of 8-12 hours per day during the disaster relief operation for multiple, consecutive days. Beyond region: Min. of 14 days working 8- or 12-hour shift
- Required: • Willing and able to volunteer in person in before, during and/or after a disaster event • Ability to work in a continuously changing environment in which work priorities may change frequently • Comfortable interacting with people