The Program Director oversees the youth center, which serves criminal justice-involved youth. This position ensures the program meets the needs of all youth and referring entities through professional collaboration and oversight. The Program Director is responsible for the day-to-day operations, including hiring and direct supervision of staff and overseeing the programming at the center. This position provides training, support, and coaching to staff in sustaining positive relationships with youth, de-escalation, and problem-solving. The Director develops and updates program policies, procedures, and forms to meet agency and contractual requirements. This position is responsible for creating and maintaining a quality assurance process that monitors the service provision, appropriate documentation, and participant satisfaction and informs improvement. The Program Director develops and maintains working relationships with community partners, such as schools, community service opportunities, and food donations.
The role of the Day Report Case Manager is to serve the needs of pretrial involved individuals and assist them in navigating the criminal legal system. They assist clients in meeting their court ordered conditions, such as court appearances, remaining arrest free, addressing substance use, completing drug testing, and connecting individuals to mental health resources. Clients require a Case Manager who is both empathetic and compassionate. The Case Manager should have knowledge of the criminal legal system and act as a neutral party between the client, the District Attorney’s Office, and defense attorneys.
The role of Drug Court Technician serves as a core resource to the Portage County Drug Court. They assist the Drug Court Coordinator in providing direct services to potential and existing Drug Court Participants. The Drug Court Technician is responsible for conducting participant contacts both in the office and in the community for the purpose of ensuring that program rules and expectations are being met. The individual in this hybrid position will perform observed urine drug and alcohol screening (collector must be of the same gender as the client providing the sample); refer to & have knowledge of available community resources; help ensure the client attends all court appearances; provide accurate written reports to the court; enter and maintain case information in the electronic database; and other duties as assigned.
Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) is a recovery-focused, rehabilitative, and integrated behavioral health program for adults with severe mental illness and/or substance use disorders. The program is person-centered and uses consumer-directed service plans to describe the individualized services that will support the consumer in achieving their recovery goals.
The Care Coordinator will work under the CCS system of care which includes a set of values that emphasize individualized, strengths-based, trauma-informed, person-centered, harm-reduction focused, community-based, and culturally sensitive care. The Care Coordinator is responsible for helping our consumers understand, navigate, and grow through the CCS program. They meet and work with the individual’s service providers and other team supports that assist in their progression through the CCS program. The Care Coordinator receives consultation from the mental health and substance use professionals while working on the individual’s recovery plan of care.
JusticePoint is looking for a detail-oriented and organized individual with a passion for keeping the office running smoothly. As the Administrative Assistant for the Supervised Release Program, you will serve as the base of our operations, ensuring the seamless flow of essential administrative tasks. In this pivotal role, you will act as the primary point of contact for processing incoming correspondence, scanning and uploading information to SharePoint, maintaining meticulous organization of client files, generating invoices, and managing mailing operations. Your contributions are vital in providing indispensable logistical support to the Supervised Release Program, enabling us to fulfill our mission effectively and efficiently.
Responsibilities include managing incoming correspondence, assisting with client scheduling, providing financial support, maintaining program documentation, managing clerical tasks, supporting meetings, ensuring logistical needs are met, and undertaking ad hoc duties as required, all contributing to the effectiveness and success of the Supervised Release Program.
The Recovery Support Coordination program uses a strengths-based approach to help clients develop a recovery plan of care. The Recovery Support Coordinator (RSC) assists clients to establish their own path to recovery, address barriers, and meet their individualized goals. They provide support and coordinate services to address a client’s unique needs related to mental health and substance use. The RSC develops collaborative relationships with community service providers to support the client and meets with the client at the client’s location of choice (including the client’s home, the RSC office, and other community locations).
***HIRING BONUS!*** New hires will receive $1,000 after staying for six months and another $1,500 after 12 months!
The Jail Screening Specialist assesses the needs of individuals booked into the Ramsey County Detention Center and pending a bail-setting decision. Using an actuarial risk assessment tool, the Jail Screening Specialist determines an individual’s risk for pretrial misconduct and prepares a detailed report used by criminal justice stakeholders to make bail decisions. The Jail Screening Specialist may also be required to conduct a more in-depth assessment to identify individuals who may be eligible for diversion programming. Many of the individuals served experience mental health and/or substance use disorders; as such, this role requires a professional who is both empathetic and compassionate.
Responsibilities include completing interviews and assessments, conducting criminal history checks, providing accurate reports to the court, entering and maintaining case information in the database, and requesting/processing the release of in custody individuals for supervision in the JusticePoint Pretrial Supervision program.
Pretrial Case Managers are the nexus that serves the needs of defendants who are economically, racially, and ethnically diverse and assist those clients in navigating the criminal justice system. They hold the client accountable and help ensure court appearances and they remain arrest-free during the pretrial period. Clients often experience mental health and/or substance abuse disorders and require a Case Manager who is both empathetic and compassionate. The Case Manager should have knowledge of the criminal justice system and act as a neutral party between the client, the District Attorney’s Office, and defense.
The Case Manager will monitor, supervise, and assist clients have successful pretrial supervision by identifying and addressing barriers to attending court hearings, develop knowledge and collaborative relationships with various community service providers, establish plans to meet and address client’s individual needs, prepare, and submit court reports of the client’s status and progress. The Case Manager may conduct field visits to the client’s home, employer, other service providers, or community outreach locations as needed.
NO EXPERIENCE OR DEGREE REQUIRED!
Electronic Monitoring Installers/Specialists are responsible for installing, retrieving, and basic troubleshooting various electronic monitoring devices (GPS, Remote Breath, & Continuous Alcohol Monitoring) within 24 hours of request for service. Installers will receive notification of the service request, secure the necessary devices/equipment, and meet clients at community locations and client homes. This position requires significant driving as you will be traveling to various work sites within your assigned area so you must have a valid license and auto insurance – a company vehicle is provided for most full-time employees (subject to estimated annual mileage and satisfactory driving record). Mileage reimbursement is available for those who don’t qualify for the company vehicle. This opportunity is ideal for college students, parents with kids in school, retirees, and/or someone looking for experience in the criminal justice field.
The Difference Principle Inc.
205 West Highland Avenue, Suite 509
Milwaukee, WI 53203