Job Opportunities

Pathways to Housing PA is an equal opportunity employer. It is our policy to afford equal employment opportunities to all individuals, regardless of race, creed, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, veteran status, disability, gender identity, or sexual orientation. 
 
We are searching for highly committed individuals with diverse talents and skills.
 
 
Position Summary:   The MAT Case Manager is responsible for coordinating recovery and treatment services for participants with opioid addictions.  The MAT Case Manager will work closely with PTHPA opioid treatment clinic, medical clinic and other staff  to providing flexible, compassionate, community-based services that are designed to promote the stability, recovery and community reintegration of formerly homeless individuals who have a mental illness and/or co-occurring substance use disorders.
Position Summary:  The Registered Nurse/Service Coordinator is an integral part of the non-fidelity Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team, who provides flexible, community based services designed to promote stability, recovery and community integration of formerly homeless individuals who have a mental illness and abuse substances. 
 
Responsibilities are implemented within the framework of agency policy, professional ethics, legal scope of practice and regulatory guidelines.
 
Position Summary: The Assistant Team Leader (ATL) is a member of the non-fidelity Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team who provides flexible, community based services that are designed to promote the stability, recovery and community integration of formerly homeless individuals who have a mental illness and may abuse substances.  The Assistant Team Leader, in collaboration with the team, coordinates and provides services for all clients on the team in a compassionate and responsible manner.
Position Summary: Service Coordinators are members of a non-fidelity Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team and work together to provide recovery-oriented services in a flexible, compassionate, and responsible manner to formerly homeless individuals who have psychiatric disabilities and often abuse substances.  Service Coordinators maintain a primary caseload but also have a shared responsibility for all other participants on the team.