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Oasis of Northwest Arkansas

Oasis of Northwest Arkansas is a women's transitional living community that provides safe, supportive housing and resources for women in recovery and their children.

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Oasis of Northwest Arkansas is a women's transitional living community that provides safe,

supportive housing and resources for women in recovery and their children.

The Oasis of Northwest Arkansas Board of Directors and staff work together with one purpose:  To help women and their children recover, rebuild and reclaim their lives.  We invite you to join us!  Click the "volunteer" button below for more information.

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Recovering.  Rebuilding.  Reclaiming Lives.

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Executive Director:  LaDonna Humphrey
Development Director:  Haley Lawhon
AmeriCorps Vista:  Cynde Skoglund
House Manager:  Tressa Rhodes
MSW Intern/Assistant Case Manager: Laura Young

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Job Opportunity

Oasis of Northwest Arkansas is seeking to hire a bilingual (Spanish and English)

Community Health Worker (CHW)


1.  Provides population and case management services to clients, including assessment, linking/coordinating, monitoring, reassessment, follow-up, service plan development, resource development, transportation, advocacy, and increasing health care access for our clients.  All efforts will be built around a strong COVID-19 response effort.

2.  Participates with staff in the development review and the delivery of sobriety plans.

3.  Provides support to clients and families in identifying and accessing services as decided by their recovery plan.

4.  Maintain required case management documentation.

5.  Coordinates services on behalf of clients and/or families with supportive agencies and/or caretakers.

6.  Participates in in-service training, clinical supervision, consultations, utilization review meetings, and other meetings.

7.  Participates with staff and conducts client group meetings related to substance abuse and mental health recovery.

8.  Communicate with the public regarding substance abuse services in the community.

9.  Supervises students and/or volunteers as mutually agreed.

10. To provide linguistic and culturally appropriate education, resources, information, and care to the community and/or clients (including but not limited to translations and oral interpretations)

11. Liaison with UAMS and other CHWs in the area, in regards to training opportunities, health literacy, and other services related to community and public health, and refer as applicable

12.  Other duties as needed to complement our healthy women and children initiative and our food insecurity program.

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