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Veterans Housing Services Caseworker (Portland)

Preble Street Portland, ME
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.

Veterans Housing Services is currently seeking a full-time Caseworker to provide services and outreach to veterans and their families in the Greater Portland area and Southern Maine who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Responsibilities of this position include assisting veterans and veterans’ families in obtaining and maintaining stable housing through outreach and short-term, intensive case management. Outreach activities will take place in community shelters, food pantries, service centers, General Assistance Offices, and on the street. Case management activities will include making referrals and collaborating with other service providers; helping to navigate the human services and veterans’ services systems; assisting veterans in acquiring services; service coordination; and documentation and reporting of activities as required.


Requirements include a BSW, BA, or equivalent experience in a helping profession. Additional requirements include knowledge of issues related to homelessness; a positive regard for consumers accessing services for homelessness and poverty; knowledge of community resources, including those specific to veterans; solid communication and organizational skills; ability to work well independently and as part of a team. This position also requires local and statewide travel on a regular basis.

Preble Street

Why Work Here?

Amazing mission. Outstanding coworkers. Making a difference — every day.

Preble Street is about people. Passionate and generous people who say with our founder, Joe Kreisler, “I am a human being. Part of my job, part of being alive, is making sure that other people are too.” People who believe that families living in poverty should not have to go hungry, that no one should have to be on the street when they are tired or sick or cold, that youth who have no home should not have to live in fear and danger. People who see dignity, worth, and potential in community members experiencing homelessness. And most of all, the courageous people who come to Preble Street seeking help to overcome unimaginably difficult circumstances—disabilities, abuse, unemployment, substance use, isolation, language barriers. People working together to turn hunger and homelessness into opportunity and hope through programs that operate 24/7/365 to meet the needs of 500 people each day.


Portland, ME