Jobe Hamblin – Clinical Case Manager
Jobe started working for JF&CS in 2001 as a residential program manager. In this role, he managed a program for three adults living in the Coolidge Corner area of Brookline, all of whom transitioned to more independent living situations within a year. Jobe played a large role in opening the Long Glen residential program in 2006, which helped provide low income rent and support services to Jewish adults with disabilities living in Allston. In 2008, Jobe was promoted to Senior Residence Manager, which involved supervising multiple residential programs, as well as coordinating services for several clients living independently in the community. In 2014, Jobe joined the Clinical Case Management team, during which time he has assisted clients in a number of areas, including securing both state and federal benefits as well as finding affordable, low income housing in the community.