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The responsibility of protecting the public and the challenged individuals we serviced was a tremendous experience.
Roving Substance Abuse Counselor (Former Employee), New York, NYJuly 1, 2013
Pros: providing quality interventions.
Cons: at times navigating the distances between clients and daily deadlines .
The specialized ACT team with whom I worked and interacted with were a group of outstanding individuals. The program Director was competent and protective of the team. Upper management was meddlesome and out of touch with the needs of a team such as that one and reduced the moral by constantly demeaning the efforts and hard work by a dedicated group of people.
It is still fair to say that the delivery of services to a very difficult population due to the severity of their various mental disorders and substance abuse issues is the most rewarding work of my career thus far.
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Lack of culture
Confidential (Former Employee), New York, NYDecember 12, 2012
Cons: health care, financial compensation, no job security. low values and ethics. do not practice mission statement.
Lack of supervision, no job security. The turn around rate is unbelievable, longest standing employee is about two years. Hierarchy have low ethics and values. Agency has lost three programs in two years and appear to be diminishing slowly.