Truwell Housing Stabilization Coordinator (Hybrid) - Up to $26/hr Minneapolis, MN · Full time Company website

The Housing Stabilization Coordinator supports individuals with disabilities and mental health conditions to achieve and maintain stable housing by assessing needs, creating support plans, and connecting them with community resources.


Minimum Qualifications:

- Must have at least one year of experience providing Housing Stabilization Services (HSS) as a housing stabilization coordinator or working in the Affordable Housing sector.

- Must be located in the Twin Cities or surrounding metro area to travel and meet with clients in the community regularly.

- Proficiency in Google Suite, Microsoft Office, EHR platforms, etc.

- Must have a reliable vehicle with insurance, a valid driver's license, and a good driving history.

- Job offers are subject to professional references from previous employers and a background study.

- Must be adaptable, able to communicate effectively with the team, follow company standards and protocols, work independently, and manage time efficiently.

Desired Qualifications:

- Bachelor’s degree in a social service-related field.

- Experience in providing direct social services.

- Knowledge of community and housing resources.

- Experience assisting individuals with mental and/or physical disabilities and socioeconomic barriers.

Job Summary, Essential Duties, and Responsibilities:

- Manage a caseload of 10 to 15 clients, with the majority being transitioning clients.

- Work remotely for 50% of indirect work and meet in-person with clients at least twice a month.

- Maintain daily case notes using Google Sheets in a professional manner.

- Identify and address barriers to accessing housing for clients.

- Conduct housing assessments and develop support plans to assist clients in addressing their housing needs and barriers.

- Conduct housing searches and build relationships with landlords, property managers, and owners.

- Conduct in-home visits and remote work with clients receiving services to monitor progress and provide support.

- Familiarize yourself with community, county, and state resources for additional income assistance for clients.

- Assist clients in applying for benefits to help them afford their housing.

- Communicate effectively and professionally with case managers, providers, family members, and others from diverse backgrounds.

- Navigate Minnesota Healthcare programs and processes.

- Maintain files and program records in compliance with HIPAA and Data Privacy Practices.

- Collaborate with the management team by providing feedback and suggestions.


$23 - $26 per hour