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Mental Health Resource Specialist
Mental Health Resource Specialist (Former Employee), San Francisco, CASeptember 4, 2013
Worked at a transitional mental health treatment facility for dually diagnosed clients transitioning back to the community. Individual and group counseling, medication management, referrals to community resources.
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Human Resources Manager (Former Employee), San Francisco, CAApril 25, 2013
Pros: benefits
Great place to work. Collaborative leadership! Flexible schedule. Self managed.
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Good company to work for
Relief Counselor (Former Employee), San Francisco, CASeptember 25, 2012
Pros: able to eat meals
Cons: not enough hours
I enjoyed working at progress foundation. I love working with mental health clients inspiring hope for a healthy life cycle. The most enjoyable part of my job is seeing clients become happy and stable enough to transition back into the community. I like working with dedicated staff and managent
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A rewarding job in a community based environment
Counselor (Current Employee), San Francisco, CAMay 23, 2012
Pros: great compensation and benefits
Cons: long 12 hour shifts
In a typical day at work my shift partner and I run the day treatment activities from 9:30am to 2:00pm. Afterward, from 2:00pm to 9:00pm I attend to the needs of each client providing individualized support towards achievement of their long-term goal towards independent living (ie. developing basic needs and life skills, parenting skills, case management, – more... medication, and 1:1 counseling). In between all of these tasks I also write clinical notes on clients' treatment goals and progress, perform clerical tasks, and assist the administrative team with various projects. I am able to multi-task and work in a stressful environment with the help of my co-workers because we all work together as a team to make sure clients' needs are met. The hardest part of my job is the schedule. Every shift I work is 12 hours long with one overnight shift in the middle of the week. With such long hours I am drained at the end of each shift. However, I do enjoy my job because I get to do something meaningful by helping others to overcome obstacles and learn the skills to live a healthy independent life. – less