Bringing Horses Home™ by using key volunteers is strengthening the national NetPosse Alert network for horse owners and victims through the NetPosse Case Manager program.
We are looking for a commtted excellent caring volunteers to be case managers (CM), the eyes, ears and fingers on keyboards that helps horse owners protect themselves and assist victims when the worst happens.
Case Managers come from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines—including social work, nursing, horse owners, trainers, veterans, just to name a few. Our case managers need to understand how to both work with individuals and groups and navigate the internet to disseminate our alerts through our NetPosse Alert systems.
Case Managers are here to help people in the context of their unique missing horse situations. In fact, the case manager volunteer position with us grew out of early case management work in the 1997 by the founders of our organization as they pioneered the search and recovery of their own horse, Idaho. Stolen Horse International has remained active in case management since that time and has helped thousands over the years.
If you like helping people get through tough times; have a compassionate heart and hopefully a few hours each week to commit to volunteering for a good cause, you may be the perfect person for this job.
You may not have saved a lot of money in your life, but if you have saved a lot of heartaches for other folks, you are a pretty rich man. ~Seth Parker
Case Managers duties include but are not limited to:
Being a CM is a very rewarding way to pay forward acts of kindness when a horse owner is in need. If you:
You are a very valuable part of this nonprofit organization as a volunter CM. If you are interested in hearing more, please contact us from the website. Make sure you put “case manager” in the subject line.
If you know you want to help us make a difference then you must do the following to tell us about yourself. Go to
We can use case managers in every state in the country so come on, don't be shy. Raise your hand and say "I will!
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