Promise Community Health Center Social Work Team meets one on one with individuals to aid them in meeting a variety of needs. These individuals are given support, information, and assistance while navigating resources, filling out paperwork, managing stress, and much more.
Kailee Jenness, the Promise Community Health Center Bilingual Social Worker works closely with different department teams at Promise. Kailee works with patients on a variety of stressors including crisis intervention, filling out paper work, safety planning, stress management and so much more.
Kailee Jenness, BSW – Social Worker
A crisis can be described as a disruption that cannot be solved by one’s own resources or skills, this crisis tends to disrupt a person’s or family’s normal or usual pattern of everyday life. It can include a situation that impacts your finances, family, housing, etc. Part of our social worker’s job includes crisis intervention. Crisis intervention includes but is not limited to, planning, implementation and finding available resources that may be able to assist a patient in a crisis situation.
If you are interested in meeting with Kailee, set up an appointment today at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 712-722-1700.
A safety plan is a plan developed collaboratively with a patient to identify triggers, symptoms, support, safe places, and goals. This safety plan is given to the patient to use as a resource for when they enter into a crisis state. As a social worker, Kailee has developed skills to work with individuals to develop their own safety plan.
If you are interested in meeting with our social worker to create a safety plan, set up an appointment today by sending an email to email@example.com or calling 712-722-1700.
According to the U.S Department of Human Services, social determinants of health (SDOH) are the conditions in the environments where people are born, live, learn, work, play, worship, and age that affect a wide range of health, functioning, and quality-of-life outcomes and risks.
Examples of SDOH include:
- Not having safe housing and/or transportation
- Dealing with racism, discrimination, and/or violence
- Low access to education and/or job opportunities
- Low access to nutritious foods and/or physical activity opportunities
- Low language and/or literacy skills
Set up an appointment today with our social worker to review your Social Determinants of Health assessment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 712-722-1700.
There are a variety of community associations, facilities, and agencies available in Sioux County for people in need of support or services. Our social worker has strong connections with a variety of community resources she can refer you to to help you with a diverse array of needs.
If you need help connecting with these resources or need someone to advocate on your behalf, set up a meeting with Kailee Jenness by sending an email to email@example.com or calling 712-722-1700.
Our social worker helps people cope with challenges in every stage of their lives. She works with many populations, including children, people with disabilities, and individuals struggling with addiction. She analyzes clients’ backgrounds and situations to understand their needs, as well as their strengths and weaknesses to find the best ways to cope with stressful circumstances.
If you are interested in meeting with the social worker to talk about stress management, set up an appointment today firstname.lastname@example.org or call 712-722-1700.
With care coordination Kailee can help communicate a patient’s needs and preferences are being understood and followed by providers, and other healthcare facilities. This is an important element of the social worker’s job because well-coordinated care can help ease anxiety of a healthcare setting and ensure the patient’s needs are being met.
Set up an appointment today with our social worker by emailing email@example.com or calling 712-722-1700.
We understand that filling out paperwork can be a stressful task but our social worker can help you!
Our social worker can help you fill out documents such as:
- Birth certificate
- Social Security Card
- Job applications
- Housing applications
- And more!
Our social worker can also help you apply for the following government assistance
- Unemployment benefits
If you are interested in meeting with the social worker to help you fill our documents or applying for government assistance, set up an appointment today firstname.lastname@example.org or call 712-722-1700.