Case Manager, The Villa

Project Renewal is a leading nonprofit organization known for a creative and entrepreneurial approach to ending homelessness in New York City. Our programs empower homeless and at-risk men, women and children by giving them everything they need to attain health, homes, and jobs. Through innovative, exhaustive, wraparound social services, Project Renewal addresses the needs of 15,000 clients each year. We meet the most vulnerable New Yorker’s where they are and provide them with the tools they need, buttressing their capacity to live independently. 


Program Description:

The Villa is a congregate building located in The Bronx that opened in 2015.  The building provides supportive housing to 47 individuals who are active substance users and 9 individuals with serious and persistent mental illness. 


·         Provide referrals for clients for medical care, substance use services, and employment services as necessary

·         Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team and communicate effectively with other team members

·         Complete service plans and assessments every 6 months

·         Complete home visits and office visits with clients

·         Complete intakes, psychosocial, case notes and other paperwork in a timely manner

·         Facilitate weekly groups

·         Maintain and update chart on each of the 25 clients on the caseload as well as an online database for DHMH

·         Attend trainings as required

·         Participate in weekly team meetings with the multidisciplinary team



  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Experience working with homeless, substance users and individuals with mental illness
  • Experience with the housing first model
  • Spanish fluency a plus



To apply: e-mail resume with cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to:


Project Renewal is an equal opportunity employer.  Our long-standing policy has been to embrace the equality of opportunity for all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, citizenship status, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other protective basis to the extent required by applicable federal, state and local laws.