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- The Women’s and Health Programs at Exodus focus on providing additional support and education to help clients overcome barriers to self-sufficiency. Case Management activities include assisting clients in navigating the public benefits healthcare system, applying for medical insurance programs, accessing childcare, providing one-on-one training and cultural orientation, and connecting clients to community resources. Education activities include weekly women’s groups and health trainings on topics ranging from accessing health insurance to specialized chronic health care to parenting. Interns will provide support, assistance and education to clients (including Refugees, Asylees, Secondary Migrants, Certified Victims of Human Trafficking, and Special Immigrant Visa holders) in various ways, which may include, but is not limited to: • Connecting clients to community resources including affordable housing, legal, mental wellness, financial assistance, disability services, and public benefits • Scheduling appointments with clients • Assisting clients with transportation to and from various appointments including medical and public benefits (this requires a lot of driving and/or accompanying clients on the Indygo Bus System) • Provide assistance to the Women’s Program Coordinator for weekly Women’s Groups • Provide assistance to the Health Navigator conducting weekly health trainings • One-on-one or small group training with clients on topics including budgeting, bill paying, public transportation, grocery shopping, accessing public benefits, accessing a bank account and home care • Specialized projects related to client need(s) • Update case notes in a timely and accurate manner • Manage the front desk when needed All Spring interns must be available for a full day of training on either January 10, 2020 or January 24, 2020. Start date will be after orientation. Students are expected to intern for 16 hours a week during our office hours on Monday through Friday from 9 am - 5 pm.
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- Global and Peace Issues
- 2457 E Indianapolis, Indiana 46201 United States