Supervisor (Former Employee) – Bridgeport, CT – January 9, 2018
it was a good place to work with client who need emotional support and counseling and u feel a sense of compliment went ur able to give hope to someone who have no loss everything and who are homeless and are forgotten by friends and families and are very sick and who are in such depression and have abuse there body and mind with substance abuse the have loss memory and are in a straggle every day of there life to a clean life
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Prescott, AZ – January 3, 2018
I started working there in 2010. In 2012 I broke my femur and could no longer stand long. It was hard as my job was to drive the clients to appointments and take them on outings. And also there were no set hours. Sometimes I didn't work at all in a week. Other times it was only a few hours at most a week. I had to use my own car and was not reimbursed for gas. I didn't like that either. The most fun part of the job was taking clients to the monthly dances at the Armory.
Taking clients to the dances
Driving my own car and not getting reimbursed for gas
Contractor (Current Employee) – Tucson, AZ – December 1, 2017
I found the work very satisfying. Extending a helping hand, in a variety of ways-providing transportation, assisting with personal issues and conflicts were some of my duties. I found I have much compassion for those left behind by their family.
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Grand Blanc, MI – November 24, 2017
I worked crazy shifts and i would get called to a shift on my day off asking me to come in within 30 mins...very unorganized and unclean working enviornments....low pay for the work you do..unbalanced work schedule
Airbrush Tattoo Artist (Current Employee) – Concord, CA – November 22, 2017
Helping Hands is a Non-profit organization that gives back to low-income families who need help paying for extra curricular activities for example band, football, tutoring, basket ball, baseball, books for class, etc.
Teacher Assistant (Current Employee) – North Little Rock, AR – November 13, 2017
Learned how to work with kids more Work with kids and teach them changing diapers The management is amazing They are a mixed culture Harder part of working at helping hands is when the kids not having a good day and they are upset
Home Care Aide (volunteer) (Former Employee) – Pelzer, SC – November 1, 2017
Great place to volunteer, I absolutely loved every minute of it even though I didn't get paid. I wanted to help and they gave me the ability to do that without having to get paid. It felt awesome to do that.
Volunteer Case Manager (Current Employee) – Paulding County, GA – October 31, 2017
I'm only doing volunteer work as a case manager. But I really enjoying helping others while working in a healthy environment. I recommend anyone who care to volunteer and help those in need, come to Helping Hands. The employees are great along with the customer that come in for aid.