Change Happens! offers employees a dynamic and demanding place to work. We believe that hiring and retaining talented, hardworking employees is a prerequisite to client satisfaction, business development, and a progressive work culture. It is no accident that a friendly, stimulating, team-oriented work environment exists behind our doors.


To best serve our clients’ many needs, Change Happens! houses a number of programs. This means that employees have the opportunity to gain valuable information in areas beyond the scope of their assigned roles. Whether they work in Development or HIV Prevention, our clients are well-versed in the challenges that face our community, our clients, and the Greater Houston area.


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Change Happens! recognizes that there is much more to life than work. We believe our team members should be able to take advantage of quality healthcare for themselves and their family. That is why our benefits program has been designed to help Change Happens!’ employees and their families stay healthy, balance personal and career priorities, and build a solid and secure future.


Position: Health Educator

Program: TMAC

Overview: The Health Educator is responsible for providing prevention services within the context of the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program. The Health Educator will conduct health education and risk reduction for adolescents in a school and community setting.

Position: Prevention Specialist

Department: Rescue Youth

Overview: The Prevention Specialist is responsible for providing prevention/intervention services to program participants and/or their families.  The Prevention Specialist will monitor program and group activities to ensure that they are consistent with Change Happens! policies and procedures and the requirements of the funding sources. 

Position: Risk Assessment Specialist

Department: INSIGHT

Overview: The Risk Assessment Specialist conducts assessments with INSIGHT Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program participants and makes linkages to community resources and program services for youth program participants as needed. The Risk Assessment Specialist will assess participants for Adverse Childhood Effects (ACEs) and trauma to plan prevention activities accordingly. 

Position: Social Worker Case Manager

Program: STAIRS 2.0

Overview: The Social Worker Case Manager is responsible for the overall delivery and coordination of behavioral health treatment and services for substance use disorders (SUD) and co-occurring mental and substance use disorders (COD), permanent housing, and other critical services to individuals experiencing homelessness. This position is responsible for conducting a thorough assessment of the individuals’ long-term goals at intake and collaborate with clients to create a client-centered plan with achievable goals. Responsible for establishing linkages within the community to ensure the individual’s success toward independent living.

Position: Wraparound Case Manager

Program: VOICES

OverviewThe Wraparound Case Manager will be responsible for the participant's intake assessment and evaluation for holistic program participation. The Wraparound Case Manager will manage a wraparound caseload which includes assessment using motivational interviewing, risk, and needs, develop a wraparound plan, monitor progress, and coordinate referrals specifics to the needs of the participant and family engagement. The Wraparound Case Manager will also facilitate a smooth implementation of the VOICES program that includes a check-in session and training with the correctional officers. This position requires the Wraparound Case Manager to be responsible for documenting program activity, entering data, and preparing monthly reports reflecting case notes and such activity, as indicated. The Wraparound Case Manager will report directly to the Program Coordinator. 

Scheduling: Part-time- up to 24 hours per week, flexible, some weekends