System of care Coordinator (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, NC – August 17, 2017
The company tries very hard to be employee-focus. They create opportunites for the employees to grow within the company; they promote within before seeking outside employees; they create an environment that is as stress-free as possible and encourage employees to network among themselves.
Care Coordinator Qualified Professional (Current Employee) – Durham, NC – October 16, 2017
Great people and great work experience. Many opportunities for growth and advancement. Most of the consumer families are very welcoming and being knowledgeable about the field will benefit applicants and the company.
Individuals interested in gaining or enhancing experience in behavioral healthcare will have opportunities to support a community with great needs. There are many avenues within the organization to serve.
Clinical - corporate site (Current Employee) – Durham, NC – January 2, 2017
Do your homework before applying here. Environment and future is unpredictable; staff morale is shaky. Outside hires stand a better chance than internal advancement. Staff is great ( nice people etc...) but management needs to be more forthcoming about the state of the company. Lots of secrecy, which causes lots of speculation about job and company security. We're not fools- tell us the good and bad and let us decide if we want to ride the wave or not.
Good Benefits, generally nice staff, trainings
Unstable future, no advancement from w/in, buddy system
There are some people who have been working for the county prior to the merge with Alliance who think they are some how better than the new hires or others that work under them. Such an attitude leads to toxic work environments and a feeling that you have to walk around on "eggshells" so as to keep from becoming unprofessional with those who seem to somehow think they are better than everyone else because of their positions.
Too much micromanagement, disrespect by some supervisors, unprofessionalism
Community Based Services (Current Employee) – Corporate/Headquarters – October 7, 2015
Promises upon hire were never met. Management plays favorites. They refuse to accept responsibility and would sooner watch the truck back over you than own up to mistakes/errors and oversights. Compensation is a joke. Certain departments do nothing (except play on their cell phones all day) while others work their tails off. Employees are not valued.
A Manage Care Organization allowing employees to make contributions to the agency's strategic plans.
Community Relations Housing Coordinator (Current Employee) – Durham, NC – February 10, 2015
A typical day at work is multi-tasking. I might be completing administrative duties, responding to a housing crisis, attending homeless meetings and providing housing information to various individuals/agencies.
I've learned that Durham County's homeless population continues to increase. The demand for housing continues to grow and the housing resources continues to be limited or non-existent.
Management has an open door policy.
My co-workers are supportive, intelligent, funny and caring.
The hardest part of my job is not having enough funding for Durham County's homeless population to sustain and maintain housing.
The most enjoyable part of my job is public speaking.