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Pillows
Bandaids
Neosporin

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Steps to HOPE


Columbus, North Carolina

Polk County's
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Prevention and Treatment Center

24-hour crisis line: 828-894-2340

The mission of Steps to HOPE is to create a community free
from the violence of domestic and sexual abuse through
education, advocacy and victim assistance.

For all victims of domestic violence or sexual assault
in this community, there is:


H
elp, Order, Protection, Encouragement

Second Chance Thrift Store
 SALES  SALES  SALES  SALES  SALES
Monday, August 25 - All Clothing and Shoes $1.00
(Excludes jewelry, accessories, and special priced clothing.)

Tuesday, August 26 - $2.00 BAG SALE
Second Chance will be closed August 27 - September 1 for change-over, and will reopen on Tuesday, September 2 with an all new FALL LINE!

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Job Title: Associate Director

Reports to: Executive Director

Location: Office

FLSA: Exempt - Based on 40 hour work week

Full/Part-time: Full-time

Basic Function of Work:
Assist Executive Director in administration/management of non-profit serving victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide general administration of the program;
  • Human Resource Management;
  • Facilities Management;
  • Fund Development and Community Outreach;
  • Prepare and present community education programs on issues of family violence and sexual assault through contact with schools, churches, community organizations;
  • Provide Grants Management and Oversight;
  • Supervision of staff.
Knowledge, skills and abilities required:
  • Minimum bachelor's degree in human service related field such as counseling, social work, education, psychology, etc.;
  • Five or more years of experience in related field;
  • Demonstrate ability to manage people;
  • Organizational and planning skills;
  • Friendly, outgoing, non-judgmental personality;
  • Excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills, computer skills, and an understanding of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Send résumé to Director, PO Box 518, Columbus, NC 28722 or email steps@stepstohope.org.
PART TIME/JOB SHARING, 20 hours a week. CASE MANAGER: domestic violence and sexual assault victim advocacy. Crisis counseling; court advocacy; coordinate victims’ services; supervise shelter operations; develop and monitor client service plans/goals; maintain comprehensive client records; report statistics according to grants requirements.  Insure a supportive confidential environment for clients; be knowledgeable of community resources; possess good communication skills and ability to collaborate effectively with other community service agencies; enjoy working with diverse client base; good computer skills. Prefer bachelor degree and related experience. Mail resume to: PO Box 518, Columbus, NC 28722. Open until filled.

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Steps to HOPE   ~    PO Box 518   ~   Columbus, NC 28722
828-894-2340

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HOPE for Paws
Click Candy Sue's picture to read about our program to shelter pets belonging to domestic violence victims.

Candy Sue is a victim of domestic violence. X-rays show 15 BB pellets embedded throughout her body - which may have caused her blindness. Candy Sue, adopted by STH's Cherie Wright, now lives in a loving family with her three feline step sisters.

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