Ski Bailey

Graduate Student

Work History

Work History
Jul 2015 - Present

Assessment PRN Life coach

Wellspring Living
  • Helping domestic sex trafficking victims and the vulnerable develop the courage to move forward and the confidence to succeed
  • Transport participants to job interviews, jobs, GED classes, NA meetings, doctor’s appointments, or other daily needs
  • Facilitate life skills groups as assigned and provide activities in the evenings and on weekends
  • Utilize the strength-based approach with participants and staff
  • May administer random drug screens
  • Attend Service Plan team meetings
  • Actively participate in the development of Response Plans
  • Assist participants with meal planning, grocery shopping, and meal preparation
  • To provide accountability for participants
Aug 2015 - Present


HOPE Atlanta
  • Assisted staff at HOPE Atlanta with the programs of Travelers Aid of Metropolitan Atlanta is dedicated to the prevention of homelessness in our community and combating it whenever it arises
  • Assisting with finding permanent housing program for special needs, chronically homeless, or homeless women, and women with children that promotes self-sufficiency and offers a full continuum of prevention, intervention, and on-going supportive services onsite.
  • Aided in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) Outreach Program assists unsheltered persons by engaging them where they are located, ensuring they access any treatment they need (mental illness, physical health, substance abuse), and then placing them in housing coupled with case management. Utilize the strength-based approach with participants and staff
  • Provides emergency services, crisis intervention, transitional and permanent housing to persons with HIV/AIDS.
  • Assists homeless residents and stranded travelers who need transportation assistance to return to their home communities and/or support systems
  • May administer random drug screens
  • Attend Service Plan team meetings
  • Actively participate in the development of Response Plans
  • To provide accountability for participants
Feb 2014 - May 2014

IPIUC Project Intern

HBCU Center For Excellence
  • Identify PIU among CAU students through providing online screening via email/websites
  • Provide assessment and intervention for students identified as PIU through referring them to local mental and behavioral health services
  • Prevent PIU among students through increasing awareness of PIU via activities including a viral video contest, T-shirt design contest, and workshop
  • Increase the number of students pursuing careers in the behavioral sciences through providing training opportunities for intern students  
  • Administrating Internet Addiction Self-Screening and providing referrals
  • Preparing and facilitating events, T-shirt Design Contest, YouTube Viral Video Contest, and Workshop
  • Attending weekly meetings, trainings, and other required meetings
  • Assisting the Project Director in successfully completing the project
Aug 2014 - Present

Social Services Case Manager

Department of Family and Children's Services
  • Provide all required documentation in a timely manner, which may include client follow-up, outcome evaluation, client contact sheets, and evaluations.
  • Participate in regular staff meetings, staff training programs, supervisory sessions, and accept the responsibility for aiding the development of positive team relationships as requested.
  • Adhere to agency policy, procedures and the professional code of ethics.
  • Arranges, coordinates and monitors multiple services from different providers to serve client needs. These providers can include state and local social service agencies and nonprofit organizations.
  • Addresses not only the psychological and social needs of clients, but also the condition of the social service system in which case managers operate, according to the NASW.
  • Under general supervision, provides support to Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) clients in any of the following programs: Temporary Assistance for Needy families (TANF); Food Stamps; Child Care; and TANF-related Medicaid.
  • Coordinate and/or perform eligibility determinations and other related activities associated with Medicaid benefits for the aged, blind, and disabled
  • Assess the employability needs of individual clients in caseload, identifies resources to meet client needs, identifies and removes barriers to employment, and otherwise facilitates client employment
Aug 2014 - Apr 2015

Hospice Social Worker

New Century Hospice
  • Counseling and psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and families
  • Providing psychosocial education to patients and family caregivers about coping skills hospice and palliative care philosophy, and nonpharmacological symptom management strategies
  • Providing in-services to other service providers and organizations
  • Leading community education workshops
  • Planning for discharge, coordinating care, and helping clients navigate systems
  • Facilitating advance care planning and lifespan planning
  • Intervening in crises
  • Mediating conflicts within families, between clients and the interdisciplinary team, and between service organizations
  • Participating in interdisciplinary team meetings, care planning, and ethics consultations
  • Advocating on behalf of the patient and family
  • Identifying and linking clients with resources
  • Facilitating psychoeducational support groups
  • Documenting social work activities.
Nov 2013 - Nov 2014

Resident Advisor

Chris Kids
  • Communicate fully with the House Supervisor and Social Service Treatment Coordinators, Clinical Team, and other staff as necessary
  • Maintain the regular routine and structure of each CHRIS Home (wake up and bed times, meal times, study time, etc.)
  • Maintain the files/charts on each child while in the home
  • Schedule and document children’s appointments as needed
  • Record all medication dispensed and have the children take medication in the presence of a staff person
  • Demonstrate a willingness to learn about psychological/behavioral patterns and therapeutic techniques
  • Inform the Program Therapist of any behavior issues that indicate risk to the child or others
  • Attempt to intervene early enough to prevent a physical altercation between residents
  • Physically restrain children when necessary using the least restrictive measures possible to prevent a child from harming him/herself or others
Sep 2013 - Jul 2014

Outreach Mentor, Middle School Intiatives 

Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta
  • Cultivating relationships with schools, community organizations and staff to develop program opportunities for middle school girls
  • Facilitating outlined lesson plans from MEdia Journey, TechBridge and/or Be a Friend First BFF Anti-Bullying Programs to middle school girls
  • Supporting and motivating the series advisors within a jurisdiction and assisting them in transferring their passion and personal skill set into the GSLE for all girls
  • Having knowledge and the ability to articulate the mission, leadership experience, key message points and brand for Girl Scouting
  • Communicating effectively and delivering coaching and training sessions to the individual or groups assigned
  • Analyze demographics and resources and use them in developing optimal delivery structure for the area including underserved girls
  • Planning recruiting, retention and community awareness activities
  • Provide excellent customer care and follow-up with all stakeholders involved
  • Coaching series advisors and girls to discover themselves and their own abilities and potential
  • Encouraging and supporting girls in attaining desired goals


Jun 2012 - May 2013

Mental Health Specialist

Louisiana Methodist Children's
  • Deliver direct care services under the supervision of a Therapist or a Mental Health Professional who is responsible for each resident’s Active Treatment Plan.
  • Provide therapeutic crisis intervention services to patients who are a danger to themselves or others
  • Monitor patient’s treatment progress and keep track of their mental status.
Jan 2013 - Apr 2013


Louisiana Methodist Children's 
  • Analyze models of Ansell- Casey assessments, chart reviews, youth progress reviews, and assisting in group sessions with clients.
  • Provided classroom instruction in leisure education and stress management
  • Assisted residents in the development of individual leisure and vocational educational goals as needed
  • Completed progress notes and other documentation regarding resident vocational status and progress


Aug 2013 - May 2016


Clark Atlanta University

Aug 2008 - May 2013


Grambling State University