On Call Youth Care Worker II (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – September 23, 2016
Supervise teenage residents and transport them to and from work as needed You must have a different approach and mindset when dealing with the teenagers Management was as supportive The staff was easy to work with and supportive Trying to keep the teenagers from running away from the facility was the hardest part of the job. Taking the teenagers on outings
Staff and supervisors
The teenage children disrespectful and running away from the facility
Security Supervisor (Former Employee) – Davenport, IA – May 24, 2015
patrolling hallways and campus to ensure the school and residential campus was a safe place for all students and staff also responded to crisis in the school and residential facility on a regular basis
Unstable, too top heavy, not current in best practice
Counselor (Former Employee) – Davenport, IA – April 10, 2013
This company strives to do too many things. They should stick to what they want to focus on and pay highly trained professionals to get the job done right rather than low pay for low quality while the top heavy organization rewards the admin and not the staff in the trenches. They do not pay for the certifications they require of employees. Benefits are weak.
been in business a long time
unstable, too top heavy, not current in best practice, very low pay
Family Therapist (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – July 23, 2012
Typical day was according to how my clients day was scheduled and I would work around this. I had 5 families to work with each week that was at risk of children being removed from the home. The most difficult part of job was to be oncall 24/7. Great coworkers and supervisors and training.