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Community based non-profit organization
Facilities Manager (Current Employee), New Orleans, LAMay 6, 2014
The agency is focused on community services: Adult day health care, family services, and preschool.
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Non-Profit Agency
CSSP Case Manager (Current Employee), New Orleans, LAJune 11, 2013
Good Company Overall! You will learn a lot working with different needy idividuals and families. Excellent co-workers and lots of team work amongst us all.
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Observing change in families who are in crisis.
Clinical Supervisor (Current Employee), New Orleans, LAFebruary 26, 2013
Pros: mileage reimbursement.
Cons: long-distance traveling.
A typical day at work would be to review referrals from local state and other agencies for working with family's who are at-risk of losing their children due to abuse and/or neglect or the children are coming back into the home (reunification) and we help the families to work on correcting the precipitating event that caused them to lose their children. – more... Once I approve the referral, I assign said referral to a therapist to begin clinical and concrete services with the family. I enjoy working with families who are in crisis because it is rewarding to see intrinsic changes and a willingness on behalf of the parents/caregivers to change in order to keep their children. – less
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Great place to meet people and help in the community
Medical Tech (Former Employee), Orange Park, FLJanuary 11, 2013
Pros: wonderful people
Cons: leaving
I would check in speak to my supervisor. Distribute any medication to the residents, Help the elders with showers and baths, maintain a clean living space. My co-workers were very helpful, the very hardest part of job was having to go home everyday and worrying about if a resident would pass away. The very worst part of the job was when my internship – more... was over. – less
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Nice place to work if you like helping people.
Admin Assist. / Receptionist (Current Employee), New Orleans, LAAugust 17, 2012
Pros: nice people to work with, a lot of staff recognition.
Cons: doesn't quite pay enough.
I am a program assistant at Kingsley House and normaly my work load isnt too heavy. I get to talk and interact with our praticipants and social workers. If you want to get in a job that helps people and children Kingsley House is a good place to work. They could pay more since the price of living has gone up, but they make due with what they can since – more... they are a non profit organization. – less
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Great place to work with a friendly family atmosphere.
Mental Health Counselor (Former Employee), New Orleans LaJuly 3, 2012
Pros: great colleagues and workplace environment with flexibe hours
Cons: at times, long work hours
Working for Kingsley house was a complete joy! I loved the services that we provided and the fact that people were able to get the mental health services that they needed through the R and R program. By working there, I improved my skills in working with people of all ages. I also developed stronger self esteem building skills touse with working with – more... youth. The management was very professional and my supervisor made me feel comfortable with asking questions and seeking help when needed. I was also priveleged to work with amazing coworkers who were always eager to assist and inform me about the techniques that they used in therapy in order to help their clients to reach a positive outcome. On another note, the hardest part about my position was the fact that although it provided flexible hours, sometimes, i would find myself getting off at late hours past 8pm due to the schedules of the families that I counseled. Even with this, the thing that I enjoyed most was seeing the self esteem rise of the clients served and see the smiles on their faces as they reported how therapy has made them stronger. – less
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Disliked working here in later months.
Support Worker (Former Employee), WallaseyMarch 12, 2013
Pros: free lunch.
Cons: new manegment and senior staff.
New manegment and seniour staff hinder career advancement.
The most enjoyable part of the job is helping clients to achieve there goals.