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Great Residental Facility
Secretary (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CADecember 16, 2013
I enjoyed this position. Helping he clients with the day to day functions of life, that would prepare them to enter back in to society
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Gateways Mental Health in Echo Park
out patient dept (Current Employee), 1891 Effie St LA CA 90026March 21, 2013
Pros: you can get away with murder
Cons: not good for employee moral
My experience was not good. Most of the out patient staff including therapist and case managers have a poor work ethic. Also if one happens to say anything it will backfire. So silence is glolden.

You can be the best employee and you earn the same as the worst one. Other staff are late to appt with families or just blatantly dont show up and or lie – more... about it, And if you are a kiss butt,,,u will always be belived.. Its not good for employee moral. – less
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Nice & supportive staff to work with
RN Charge Nurse (Current Employee), Los Angeles, CANovember 19, 2012
Pros: lunch is free, 2 fifteen minute break, and a 30 minute break
Cons: need more continuing education for workers
I encounter & help patients with different kinds of mental illness, the different ways to approach and deal with them. Management and co -workers are nice and helpful . The hardest part of my job is to deal with the patients family who are still can not accept that their loved ones needs professional help. The most enjoyable part of my job is to see – more... my patient from their worst state to their best state of mind. – less