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Unethical and abusive CEO and management
Clinician (Former Employee), Dayville, CTMarch 26, 2015
Pros: Keurig Coffee Machine
Cons: Corruption, unethical practices, abusive culture
This agency is toxic. The bloated and overpaid warlords in management steal all the State and Grant funds for themselves and pay staff below the living wage. Client care is irrelevant, burnout and turnover high and micromanagement is their mantra. Unless you thrive on chaos, apply elsewhere.
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United Services is a well run CMHC. I enjoy working at United Services.
Psychiatrist (Current Employee), Dayville, CTNovember 1, 2014
United Services is a CMHC in the rural northeastern part of Connecticut. It is well run and perfectly suited to the needs of the residents of the 23 towns that it serves.
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Did not have computer software at that time of my employment
Clinician (Former Employee), Willimantic, CTFebruary 16, 2014
Pros: independenc
Cons: not therapeutic
went to clients houses to see if they were taking medications
case management
not supportive
friendly
not really therapeutic
independence
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Very good place to work
Psychiatrist (Current Employee), Dayville, CTSeptember 7, 2013
Excellent CMHC
I perform initial medical intakes and medical followups for patients.
The work is gratifying.
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lack of trust from supervisors - too much papwework
Case Manager (Current Employee), Willimantic, CT.September 3, 2013
A typical day involves dealing with crisis, transporting clients to appointments, progress notes, assessments, treatment plans. The hardest part of the job is keeping up with the paperwork, and dealling with daily issues of clients. Too much pressure from supervisor, detailed to paperwork.
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Ok company to work for
Community Living Counselor (Former Employee), Willimantic, CTJuly 5, 2012
I worked in a transitional house with clients in late adolescents. These individuals were mentally ill and/or had prior substance abuse issues. As a transitional counselour i provided support to clients living in the facility and those in the community.

United Services, Inc. Salaries

Housekeeper
$8.25 per hour
Psychiatrist
$170,000 per year
Case Management
$47,104 per year
Case Manager
$15.19 per hour
Household Manager
$60,000 per year