Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor ES (Current Employee) – Greeley CO – March 24, 2015
I very much enjoy working for this agency. The staff is phenomenal, and I have had the opportunity to assist in implementing a ground floor evidenced based supported employment program. It has been a great learning experience for me.
business associate (Former Employee) – Greeley, CO – December 2, 2015
Great workplace with excellent staff. Very fast paced and must learn quickly. Multi-tasking is a must but fellow co-workers are a great team. Positive place to work. This facility is growing at a fast pace and many of the staff have been working here long-term. A great facility doing positive things for this community.
The worst place you could possibly work in Greeley.
Provider Relations Specialist (Former Employee) – 1300 N 17th Ave, Greeley, CO 80631 – January 30, 2015
This company is supposedly a "non-profit". Their motto is "where hope begins" What a horrible, awful joke that is. They care about themselves and their higher than average salaries for the executive directors. They do not care about their employees or their clients. Beware - hope does not begin at North Range Behavioral Health - Run as fast as you can!!!!!!!!!!!!!1111
I worked for this company for a few months as an administrative assistant. My supervisor was rude with clients as well as with co-workers. I never understood how somebody so rude could be employed in a place where clients are seeking help. The main thing to know about this place is that some clients can be VERY dangerous. Some employees experienced harassment by the actual clients and security, at least where I worked, was none existent. The most enjoyable part about this job was trying to help clients who were experiencing difficult challenges in life.
Business Development Coordinator (Current Employee) – Greeley, CO – July 15, 2014
I have worked at and/or with North Range Behavioral Health for the past 19 years. I am most proud of the way our teams anticipate and react to the needs of the community, establish new programs and create collaborative partnerships. The innovation that comes is a direct result of the forward thinking nature of this organization and its staff.
I have been able to meet and work with a variety of people throughout the organization, learning about so many aspects that are essential to the organization's mission.
meeting community needs, training and staff development, team member support
Rehabilitation Counselor/Unit Team Leader (Current Employee) – Greeley, CO – September 29, 2013
The Clubhouse Model is identified by side by side work with members who have a history of mental illness and a desire to work, or socialize in a supportive environment. Frontier House offers this through meaningful work in the nonprofit business of the Clubhouse. It also has a very active social program. Members engage in meaningful work and build relationships to assist in their recovery progress.
My coworkers are wonderful and supportive, even though at times we disagree or misunderstand each other.
The most difficult part of the job is not enabling members to stay where they are at, but empowering them to move forward in their recovery.
I love the people and the relationship building and the various challenges that arise. Occasionally things get overwhelming and situations a little more than uncomfortable, but overall a wonderful self discovery process in working in such a challenging environment.
relationships, ease of requesting time off, very supportive staff
fun workplace, with lots of great people to work with
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Greeley, CO – April 15, 2013
There are a lot of great people that work here. There are a few in the chain of command that can be interesting to work with. I have worked here for almost 5 years now, and I can't say enough about the building that I work in now!
great people, lots of services to offer, opportunities to advance
Too much focus on the business aspect rather than quality client care.
Greeley, CO (Former Employee) – Therapist – November 7, 2011
NRBH is a large agency that provides a full range of services from child through adult programs. The agency often gets overly focused on maintaining an image rather than providing quality client care. The agency is top heavy and does little to support the clinical staff providing services. This is a good agency for someone just starting out in the behavioral health professions. For anyone with more than 5 years of clinical experience I would not recommend seeking employment with NRBH.