Casual Stabilization Support Worker




The Dryden Regional Health Centre is seeking to fill the following position with a highly motivated, team-orientated professional:

Casual Stabilization Support Worker

As part of a multi-disciplinary team, the Stabilization Support Worker assists in the holistic, short-term recovery of mental health clients who are in attendance at the Community-Based Stabilization Unit, by providing a warm, welcoming, therapeutic environment.


  • Oversight of client's activities of daily living
  • Food preparation and housekeeping
  • Paraprofessional verbal engagement of the client on an individual and / or group basis
  • Providing resources to community supports
  • Paraprofessional client mental health education
  • Provide follow-up within the community as appropriate within the scope of this position description


  • Approved Personal Support Worker Program or equivalent
  • Current CPR
  • Experience working with individuals with mental illness or substance use preferred
  • Ability to work independently
  • Commitment to work days and weekends, twelve (12) hour shifts
  • Possess a valid Ontario driver's license and have unlimited access to a vehicle/2 million liability insurance; Must provide clean drivers abstract.
  • Demonstrates behaviours consistent with Dryden Regional Health Centre's Code of Conduct and Standards of Behaviour
  • Ability to perform the essential duties of the job
  • Demonstrates DRHC Core Values; accountability, integrity, humility, compassion and respect
  • Proof of full Covid-19 vaccination status to be presented prior to hire

This is a unionized position. Salary is as per CBA; $29.00/hr. Applicants are requested to forward a completed resume and cover letter to:

This posting will remain open until filled; interviews will commence as applications are received. We thank all interested applicants, however only those candidates chosen for interviews will be contacted.

The Dryden Regional Health Centre recognizes that it is situated on lands of the Metis and Anishnaabe peoples of Migisi Sahgaigan, Wabigoon, and Wabauskang First Nations. We give gratitude and honor to the Ancestors, Elders, and all Anishnaabe and Metis people for sharing their resources and knowledge. As a community Health Centre, we remember that we serve the people of Treaty #3. Our goal is to improve the health of all our citizens.

The Dryden Regional Health Centre is committed to employment equity, diversity, and inclusion in the workplace. As a French Language Designated Service provider, we welcome applications from bilingual candidates.

Where needed, accommodations for disabilities will be provided, on request, to support participation in all aspects of the recruitment process.


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