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InterAct – multiple positions



Job Purpose

The purpose of this position is to provide delivery of coordinated, effective case management and crisis services for victims of domestic violence and sexual violence. In addition the position will include responding to lethality assessments conducted by first responders, supportive counseling, efiling, immigration assistance, provision of basic needs, and information and referral to individuals and families who have  experienced or are experiencing domestic or sexual violence in order to promote long-term self-sufficiency and healing. This position will serve all victims and survivors, but will focus on the needs of Spanish-speaking clients.


Program Coordinator


APNC is seeking a full-time Program Coordinator
We exist to empower our prevention, treatment, and recovery professionals to thrive in their practice. The unrelenting addiction epidemic and North Carolina’s evolving continuum of care require deliberate education and vigilant advocacy. APNC is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization, leading the movement to transform NC’s systems of care into a culture that promotes wellness for individuals with substance use disorder, their families, and their communities.
Are you motivated and looking for inspiration? Join our team. Join the movement.
Job Duties:
•    Manage incoming communications and provide reliable information on the organization

Sexual Assault Case Manager


The Sexual Assault Case Manager position serves the role of providing on-going, comprehensive care and support to members of our community that have experienced sexual violence. As a member of InterAct’s Personal and Economic Empowerment Team, the Sexual Assault Case Manager must be an exceptional advocate, and must share InterAct’s commitment to putting clients’ needs first, and to performing our work in a manner that consistently upholds our common values.

Data & Quality Specialist, NC Farmworker Health Program


For job requirements and application instructions for this Office of Rural Health job, please visit this website:

Closing date is Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019, at 5 p.m.

Exec Dir, Advancing Behavioral Health Network


Prevention and Evaluation Coordinator


The North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NCCASA) is an inclusive, statewide
alliance working to end sexual violence through education, advocacy, and legislation.

Job Title: Prevention and Evaluation Coordinator
Position status: Full time, exempt
Reports to: Director of Prevention and Evaluation
Work Hours: General business hours with significant travel required

Rape Prevention and Education Program Manager



Project CATCH Case Manager


Job Title:
Project CATCH Case Manager   DepartmentProject CATCH/Social Ministries
Location:Raleigh, NC
FLSA:Non-Exempt    Reports to: Project CATCH Program Coordinator 
Revision Date: 9/12/18     Close Date: 9/28/18

Job Summary:

Green Hill Recovery Behavioral Health Technician

Contact Information:

Green Hill Recovery
723 W. Johnson St, Suite 100
Raleigh, NC 27603

About Green Hill Recovery: Green Hill Recovery is an academically oriented, substance use disorder recovery program that offers integrated sober living and intensive outpatient services. The company provides sober supportive housing, life coaching, academic and college admissions counseling, experiential and holistic therapy as well as intensive outpatient clinical services to emerging adults

Domestic Violence Case Manager


This position is part of the Personal and Economic Empowerment program staff, which provides case management, advocacy and support services to adult victims and survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault.  As a member of InterAct’s Personal and Economic Empowerment Team, the case manager must be an exceptional advocate, must share InterAct’s commitment to putting clients’ needs first, and must perform their work in a manner that consistently upholds our common values.  Each member of InterAct’s staff fulfills an important role in furthering InterAct’s mission of providing safety, support, and awareness to victims and survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence and the entire community, as well as saving lives, re-building lives, and securing safer futures.

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