SCO is a typical family shelter that is not a commercial hotel shelter. This means that the individuals in the shelter are more incline to engage in risky, violent, self-destructive behavior and activity. In addition to dealing with the difficult to engage families the agency also places pressure on the Housing Specialist to meet DHS move-out numbers. While here I learned that DHS is also a business and regardless if families are mentally prepared to transition out of shelter anyway in which you can receive credit from transitioning a family to move that family and receive that credit.
You do receive paid time off as well as sick leave.
Not social service centered, willing to put families at risk of re-entering shelter system to receive move-out credit.