Medical Records Specialist (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 11, 2017
Working with teammates and clients was a great opportunity for me. I really enjoy the aspect of records specialist especially because it is such a detailed oriented position and is one area I am good at. I started the company as a temp and was fortunate enough to get a permanent position. The only reason I left was because I was needed at home to assist with the family business.
High Needs Case Manager/BHT (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 18, 2017
Great company to work for. Great trainers and passionate administration staff. The clinics are staffed with excellent office managers and well-rounder clinical team. The company is organized and supportive of case managers.
Rehabilitation Specialist (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 16, 2017
I was hired for one position but by the time I let I was doing three fulltime jobs and only getting paid for one of them. I had an excellent boss but her hands were tied and she had to do what the management was telling her. The coworkers were wonderful, but they were all overworked too.
positive workplace with a lot of training's available.
HNCM- High needs Case manager (Former Employee) – Peoria, AZ – March 3, 2017
Day started with reviewing Caseload and services. Calling all Team members within the CFT, CPS, Probation and families. Reported progress with daily activities. Appointment setting for CFT meetings to review service planning. Completed OOH packets for potential needs. Appeared in Court hearings as needed. Met with CPS services to review needs. Completed progress notes and other reports in a timely manner. Supervision weekly and facilitated groups for adolescents
working to better child and families lives, Positive workplace with support.
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – February 22, 2017
The clinical teams really care about their members. However the management downtown are more concerned about money than caring for their members. The job is very rewarding but also very stressful. Large turnover in staff.
office assistant (Current Employee) – Arizona City, AZ – December 4, 2016
The Southwest Network that I work for very professional. It's really is a great company to work for very rewarding career, comfortable environment to work. I get along with my coworkers case managers. clients are really hard to deal with at times but I feel very safe there. It's a hard pill to swallow, when you been working there for sooo long and new employees make way more than you with less experience then you. that's why it's a high turnover. More work and no increase in pay
great place to work great management
low pay, companies is not willing to give you a raise
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – November 6, 2016
I learned a lot at this case management position and will continue to utilize these new skills during the life of my career. I was able to balance work and graduate school requirements and enjoy the Phoenix area for hiking as well.
Focused learning about many client care components.
Family Support Partner, (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 4, 2016
I loved the option to work from home. If you are organized and self motivated it works out great. I enjoyed the interaction with co-workers while helping families on their journey to better mental health. The hardest part was being assigned to people that didn't want help for whatever reason and trying to convince them that our collaboration would be to their benefit. The best part was watching a parent succeed in their goals and helping families become reunited.
Volunteer (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 29, 2016
Get to meet new people, Learn how to transition to adulthood by learning to apply for jobs, budget and learning independent living skills,I enjoy being part of a leadership team because I get to have an opinion in what we should do.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 4, 2016
Start by setting up my station computer ect. Checking in the first appointments of the day. Depending on which day of the week would be our volume of patients checking in/checking out. Taking copays. I had on half hour lunch and two fifteen minute breaks. Ending the day with closing out the spread sheet and making sure everything was in order to start the next day.