A Trauma Informed Recovery Setting that genuinley cares for those they serve.
Administrative Assistant 1 (Former Employee) – Salem, OR – December 9, 2017
A typical day included answering phones, scheduling appointments, scanning and entering documents, sending and receiving faxes, making the next day room schedules, all correspondence, balancing the cash drawer and depositing the credit card transactions and all cash transactions.
I learned how to be a team player in a different occupation.
Licensed Professional Counselor (Current Employee) – Salem, OR – November 4, 2017
Bridgeway promotes one culture, while another culture exists. There is poor supervisors who rose to the top for being mediocre. While wages and benefits are good, the work environment is unnecessarily stressful.
Governing Board Director, Secretary & Treasurer (Current Employee) – Salem, OR – October 17, 2017
This organization continues to lead positive results for its clients, the community, staff and the industry. I consider Bridgeway an example of the tremendous good we can do in our communities, state-wide and regionally. Bravo!
Counselor (Former Employee) – Salem, OR – July 2, 2017
The CEO says "It's the relationship that heals ". That sums up the company really.. if you have ever experienced(and left) an employer that doesn't care or co workers that would rather step on you than to work beside you, then you would find home in Bridgeway. Everyone supports each other and builds relationships of support and caring. You are more than an employee... You are family.
Bridgeway is encompassed with hard working individuals dedicated to meeting patients in a very challenging time with compassion and integrity.
RN Staff Nurse (Current Employee) – Salem, OR – July 20, 2015
I have learned the truest of heart felt dedication by my fellow co-workers and managers to serve a population that in the general view of society have a heavy stigma placed upon them. There is no typical day at work, it is ever changing and brings on many challenges and rewards. I have learned that it is truly how you treat a person that really makes a difference in their healing process. The hardest part of the job is when people are unsuccessful in their health and wellness, however, this opens up opportunity for re-evaluation of their needs and how to best achieve their goals. The most enjoyable parts are watching people's lives change by the care we provide them and watching them change the lives of others by their dedication of working through all the pain, moving forward with managing diseases (mental and physical), and believing in themselves again.
Individual health benefits, employer matches 401 K, Courthouse gym membership, flexible schedule, mental health days are advised, family importance, autonomy, team environment, great physicians and nurses.
High emotional stress environment, pay at the lower end of RN range.