Program Counselor (Former Employee) – Indiana – February 9, 2014
Terrible company to work. Pay is low, after a certain amount of years they "freeze" raises meaning you no longer get them. Sites are always understaffed. Since they are understaffed, this can put you at risk for not being able to care for clients properly. Terrible about assisting with time off. You have to find your own coverage for everything. Which, when understaffed can be quite a problem. If you want to be underpaid and under appreciated but get calls in the middle of the night to come into work, this job is for you.
Direct Support Professional (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – January 8, 2018
This position (DSP) is often looked at as a working mule in my opinion. They overwork you. You often go unnoticed if you work efficiently and diligently. There is not much room to be promoted. I worked there for 2 years and received no raise, after countless 16 hour shift coverage for others. The only good part that I truly miss is the clients you work with. They are amazing.
Overnight dsp (Former Employee) – NJ – January 5, 2018
When you first start working at Dungarvin, you would think it's an easy going job. The job is not hard but the people working there make it hard. It's alot of drama drama drama. The managers definitely have favoritism there, and it makes the job a very uncomfortable environment to work in. Once they don't like you, they will team up to get rid of you the best way they can. Horrible place to work. I would not recommend this job to anyone.