The questions below are to help us learn more about you and how you might fit into our work culture and environment. Please be yourself in your responses as we are not interested in respectability politics.
Applications will be reviewed starting in December 2020 and considered on a rolling basis until all positions are filled. Since we are a small agency it may take a while to go through all the applications. We appreciate your patience while we pilot this new screening and recruitment process. Interviews will be held virtually. We will ask for your resume and references when we schedule interviews. Please do not contact us directly.
We will do our best to follow up with everyone who applies.
People living with HIV, LGBTQ+ (including Trans Women of Color), People who use Drugs, People experiencing homelessness, Undocumented Residents, Sex Workers, Black, Brown, and Indigenous People of Color.
As well as anyone that walks through our doors to seek our services!
The Harm Reduction & HIV Prevention Program Client Advocate position performs focused HIV and HCV screenings, community outreach, syringe access outreach, resource navigation for people who use drugs, as well as individual and group level education and outreach for; HIV and HCV risk reduction, harm reduction, overdose prevention, and naloxone use. This position will also facilitate support groups and convene a local drug users union to impact drug policy in the State of Michigan.
The Prevention Specialist will provide HIV prevention and linkage activities to ensure prevention services are accessible and inclusive to the communities that need them most. These activities will include 1) targeted testing/counseling & linkage to care; 2) Condom Distribution; 3) Prevention with Positives; 4) Community Education; 5) PrEP Navigation; and 6) Active Referrals. The goal of these activities is to reduce undiagnosed and late-diagnosed HIV infection, ensure linkage to care, provide strategic risk reduction, prevention, and support services to at-risk communities and persons with HIV, as well as promoting the expansion of focused condom distribution in the community.