Ve’ahavta is a charitable social service organization, guided by the Jewish, and universal, principles to “love your neighbour as you love yourself”, and “to repair the world”. Ve’ahavta is dedicated to promoting positive change in the lives of people of all faiths who are marginalized by poverty. It delivers programs that break down barriers, restore human dignity, foster capacity-building, and empower marginalized individuals to break the cycle of poverty and create real change in their lives. Further information can be found at


The Ve’ahavta Skills Academy Program is geared towards vulnerable individuals who have experienced poverty or homelessness and are seeking to optimize their potential. Program participants have experienced substantial challenges, particularly in the areas of mental health, addiction, and other complex issues. VSA provides a combination of one-on-one case management support, in combination with personal development and preemployment training workshops, in order to help individuals stabilize and improve their lives and move onto successful employment, further education, or meaningful volunteerism.


As the VSA Case Manager you will work collaboratively with team members to provide participants with effective and personalized one-on-one virtual support and case management. In this role, you will be instrumental in recruitment, screening and enrolling eligible program candidates. You will do this through internal existing programs, as well as through relationship development with community organizations. While working with your clients, you will assess their individual needs and develop action plans, with appropriate interventions, that will guide them towards their life goals. Through informal counselling and coaching you will help clients navigate obstacles and provide guidance, referrals, and support in social service navigation.


  • An undergraduate degree in Social Work, Psychology, or a related field
  • Two to three years of demonstrated knowledge and practical/direct service experience working with
    marginalized populations and individuals with addiction/mental health issues, and conflict with the law
  • Demonstrated experience in crisis intervention and group counselling/support services skills with welldeveloped within an anti-oppression framework
  • Advocacy, networking, and resource development skills
  • A working knowledge of social service resources in the community and issues facing low-income
  • Strong relationship building and communication skills
  • A values-driven individual who is passionate about issues relating to poverty and homelessness

Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume and cover letter to Trudi Rutherford, Manager of Training Programs,

Please put “Case Manager VSA” in subject line

We thank all interested applicants but can only respond to those invited for an interview.

Ve’ahavta is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from equity seeking groups including qualified individuals with personal experience of the mental health system.


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