This position is primarily responsible for actively monitoring court participants outside of the wellness court setting including conducting home and job visits. All client contact is documented and visits logged to help encourage positive participant behavior. Develops effective measures for drug testing and supervision compliance reporting that provide the Wellness Court team with sufficient and timely information to implement incentives and sanction systems. Coordinates the utilization of community-based services such as health and mental health services, victims’ services, housing, entitlements, transportation, education, vocational training, job skills training and placement to provide a strong foundation for recovery. Develops post-program services, such as Mentor programs and Alumni Associations.
Will frequently stand, walk, balance, bend, crouch, reach, twist, pull/push, and use manual dexterity. Will continuously speak, hear, and use vision. Will work indoors continuously. Will occasionally sit, lift, carry, climb, kneel, crawl, reach, and grasp. Will occasionally work with excessive noise and be exposed to weather.