Current openings on our team:

County Coordinator | Worth It


The Worth It County Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Worth It program in their county, along with the supervision of Case Workers and volunteers. The County Coordinator is responsible for making and maintaining meaningful connections with county specific service providers. They serve as the liaison between service providers and participants, and works alongside the Case Workers to develop for each participant a comprehensive network of services.

Duties & Responsibilities
  • Management

    • Develop the class curriculum specific to the services offered in their county. 
    • Invite and schedule professional presenters from the area service providers along with area law enforcement and prosecutors.
    • Manage the Case Workers ensuring that they have prepared the hard copy curriculum for each class, and are properly collecting and inputting the data collected from each Worth It participant
    • Assist Case Workers as needed to arrange for transportation for participant to come and go from the Worth It program
    • Oversee all county based financial activity, recording and sharing with the Program Director on a bi-weekly basis
    • Locate and secure safe location for Worth It program within their specific county.
  • Supervision

    • Maintain the necessary staffing and volunteer involvement to provide participants with effective and meaningful programing
    • Supervise and manage Case Workers and volunteers, maintaining regular contact with them
    • Review data collected from Worth It participants and presenters in order to best evaluate and adjust programing, allowing for the most effective curriculum and connection to the most needed services.
    • Manage and oversee the Case Workers, ensuring they are following up with each past participant. 
  • Case Management 

    • Develop Individual Service Plan (ISP) with each participant and oversee Case Workers’ follow-up with participants to monitor progress and update treatment plans set forth in the ISP
    • Assist participants to obtain needed services and benefits and monitor ongoing needs or problems to ensure that participants continue to receive needed services. This is done in conjunction with the Case Workers
    • Communicate regularly with outside service providers to learn of new services offered or old services being discontinued
  • Communication

    • Maintain regular communication with staff and volunteers to ensure effective operation of the program
    • Follow-up with and thank service providers and presenters for their participation
    • Follow-up with any new presenters to get their feedback on the program and any recommendations they may have to make the program more effective in their specific county
    • Must attend a minimum of eight in-person meetings a year with the Program Director and other County Coordinators at the monthly in-person Worth It planning meeting.
    • Maintain daily communication with Case Workers, Presenters and Volunteers concerning scheduling of the Worth It class, meals and transportation
    • Receive and process referral applications to the Worth It program along with the Case Workers
  • Reporting

    • Provide client progress updates to Program Director and Executive Director upon request
    • Provide program updates on bi-weekly call and monthly in-person meetings

Bachelor’s degree in human services, psychology, social work, counseling or related field preferred
Knowledge of/experience with trauma-informed care and/or case management
Experience with case management practices and recordkeeping
Knowledge of/experience with principles of Empowerment, Strength-Based skills, and knowledge of Trauma, PTSD, and Complex Trauma
Experience with problem solving, conflict resolution and crisis management
Proficient in computer use and Microsoft Office applications
Excellent time-management and organizational skills
Competent in professional reporting and communication

Please email Carla at CClanagan@worthwhilewear.org with resume and cover letter if interested.

Certified Recovery Specialist | The Well


The Well, a long-term residential restorative program, is looking to hire a Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS) that will work to engage individuals who may benefit from recovery support services. The CRS will serve as a mentor, advocate and motivator to recovering individuals in order to help prevent relapse and promote long-term recovery. The CRS must demonstrate an ability to share personal recovery experiences and to develop authentic peer-to-peer relationships and have an understanding of and respect for each individual’s unique path to recovery.

Essential Duties
  • Provide peer-based recovery support, coaching and encouragement to individuals contemplating or actively seeking help with substance use recovery.
  • Engage in relationship building and active listening with individuals to establish rapport, as evidenced by empathetic and active listening, communicating in a non-judgmental way, recognizing addictive behavior.
Daily Job Responsibilities
  • Provide recovery education to service recipients for every phase of the recovery journey from recovery initiation, recovery stabilization, and sustained recovery maintenance.
  • Identify emergency or crisis situations and facilitate access to appropriate resources, negotiating and connecting individuals with resources and navigating the systems.
  • Assist in the development and enhancement of an individual’s comprehensive individualized recovery plan, recognizing many pathways to recovery,
  • Actively identify resources that support the recovering person
  • Assist the individual to identify and prioritize strengths and needs, using various techniques that engage individuals to self-disclose.
  • Maintain accurate records in software system
  • Maintain confidentiality
Minimum Requirements/Qualifications:

Must be a Certified Recovery Specialist with at least one year of experience working in the behavioral health field.
Must have at least 2 years sustained, current recovery history.
Must be able to work independently and collaborate with partner providers

Please email Carla at CClanagan@worthwhilewear.org with resume and cover letter if interested.

House Coach | The Well

The Well, a long-term residential restorative program, is looking to fill House Coach part time positions for day, evening, and weekend hours.


House Coach is responsible for coordinating activities, providing support services, following participant’s schedule, assisting with daily chores and transportation (using a company vehicle) for the residents. House Coach Position reports to the House Leadership Team. 


An Associates’ Degree or higher in behavioral or social sciences, social work, counseling, or a related field. Or a high School diploma\GED with two years of direct service experience or trauma-related work experience. Knowledge of trauma-informed care and/or residential services to women. Excellent time-management, organizational and communication skills

Please email Carla at CClanagan@worthwhilewear.org with resume and cover letter if interested.

Assistant Manager | Worthwhile Thrift

The assistant manager’s role is to support the store manager in leading the store team (staff & volunteers). This is done through day to day administrative tasks as well as maintaining the store culture, encouraging team members in their roles, leading by example, being creative and monitoring sales. This is a full time, salaried, position with benefits.

  • Be a team player helping at the register, stocking the floor, or sorting donations.
  • Provide general customer service and share about Worthwhile Wear’s mission to reach and restore survivors of human trafficking.
  • Assist the store manager to train staff, participants, and volunteers on job duties, responsibilities, and procedures.
  • Lead by example in modeling the correct behavior for engaging with customers and processing donations.
  • Create staff and volunteer schedules in scheduling software.
  • Open/close and run the store without assistance from the store manager.
  • Lead team members in completing projects and redirect team members as needed.
  • Understand the Square POS system to run sales reports, manage the customer loyalty program, and offer technical support for staff running the registers.
  • Know what to do in emergency situations
  • Support the store manager in administrative tasks such as ordering supplies, running payroll, counting cash drawers, creating deposit slips, reconciling cash drawers once a week and other tasks.
Proficient in using the Google Suite, Microsoft Word & Microsoft Excel
Familiarity with Shopify, Square POS, and Homebase systems are preferred.
Professional behavior and communication, both written and oral
Strong leadership and relational skills
Must be available to work Saturdays


Please email Lauren at LStroman@worthwhilewear.org with resume and cover letter if interested.


Store Support | Worthwhile Thrift

Worthwhile Thrift is looking for energetic individuals to fill part time Store Support roles on our team. Must be available Saturdays. 


Responsible for providing excellent customer service and operational duties to support the daily functions of the store including, but not limited to:

  • Maintain organized and clean sales floor presentation
  • Maintain a courteous and professional attitude with customers and donors
  • Perform cash register duties 
  • Sort, clean, price, and stock housewares
  • Sort, hang, price, and stock clothes, shoes, and accessories
  • Offer information about Worthwhile Wear and its programs, and answer customer and donor questions

High School diploma or GED certification

Must possess retail experience, customer service, customer focus, professionalism, verbal communication, teamwork, attention to detail, and flexibility.

Please email Lauren at LStroman@worthwhilewear.org with resume and cover letter if interested.