Aide and Clerk (Current Employee) – Richmond, TX – July 22, 2016
ok place to work, i like getting off at 230 but hate that there is no paid overtime. I liked the people i worked with I just disliked the way the place was run and the lack of respect some of the higher ups give you
Receptionist (Former Employee) – San Angelo, TX – December 9, 2015
I was very pleased at MHMR, it was a tough position, but my fellow employees and supervisors were great!! The position normally consisted of two receptionists, and I filled that position alone and learned the ropes in two days when it normally required two weeks of training!!
A normal workday consists of answering phones, setting up appointments, transporting clients, advising them on their financial assesments, contacting clients for upcoming appointments, processing orders for equipment needed at the office, processing medical records, filing, data entry
I was a caseworker. You are paid to show up and just do paperwork.
Caseworker (Former Employee) – Brownwood, TX – July 7, 2015
If you want a job where you are pretending to help people but in reality aren't, then MHMR is your place. Your job is simply travel anywhere from 5 to 75 minutes to see a client. Sit behind a laptop. Document your visit and leave. If you are truely interested in providing case management to these individuals that is severely frowned upon. Basically, the less you do the better. But, you better make sure your document is worded just right.
Med Tech/Patient Assistant (Former Employee) – San Angelo, TX – February 13, 2015
Helped patients with medications. Assisted the Nurse Practitioner and Doctor with any new orders pertaining to patients. Assisted patients with applications for drug assistance programs thru pharmaceutical companies.
Great people to work with and gave you a lot of latitude to work independently with each individual, depending on their needs
Case Manager (Former Employee) – San Angelo, Texas – November 18, 2014
Worked in a workshop with individuals who had been released from the state mental institution and transitioned into a half-way home. Worked on life skills and living in the community. Worked with the families of the clients who had family members. Each day was basically the same but very different at the same time. Mentally ill individuals have various issues and sometimes the day was spent working on crisis or immediate needs.
All the staff got along and we rotated responsibilities. The management was always supportive and there to support the staff.
The hardest part of the job was observing individuals dealing with severe mental disorders, compliance with medication and sometimes suicide.
I enjoyed working with each individual and helping them understand their illness and self-worth.
learned to be decisive, flexible, and act quickly
i got attached to each individual and when they were having problems it made me very sad and hurt
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – May 5, 2014
Supervising children with disabilities and ensuring child development skills: such as administering medication, feeding, educational games, and transportation to school and activities. The hardest part was leaving at the end of the day. The kids loved me and didn't want me to leave.
MHMR is a decent company to work for; they provide a good service to those who have mental handicaps
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Bryan, TX – January 13, 2014
The job was good in itself; I however was placed in a rural location which was not my first choice; ;however I met and bonded with many special people; patients as well as co-workers, staff etc. Overall a very good company to work for.
MCOT/Continuity of Care Liaison (Current Employee) – MHMR Services for the Concho Valley – November 23, 2013
If you are looking to gain experience in the mental health field and work with compassionate people such as yourself, your local Mental Health Authority is a great place to both start and advance your career. MHMR Services for the Concho Valley is no exception!
Office Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – May 8, 2013
very busy work days answer phones filing faxing copying data entry insurance authorization/verifications learned work in and out of office co workers all very helpful hardest part of the job is waiting for security to stand by for protection the most enjoyable part of the day is when patients remember your name.five start *****