ACCESS OHIO provides all community health program services throughout the state to individuals diagnosed with co-occurring mental health disorder and intellectual disability by means of telemedicine. This program is operated in collaboration with Wright State University who receives grant funding through Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities. – more...Click here to learn more about this project. Headquartered in Dayton, the program's goal is mental health recovery by means of multidisciplinary client-centered care in combination with a reduction in healthcare costs for both the consumer and the providers. – less
What do employees at ACCESS OHIO say about culture and work-life balance?
Helping other is the best part of any job
Written by Transition Coordinator, Community support Coach (Current Employee) from Worthington, OH on August 8, 2014
My job and the clients are always interesting and fun. There's always an unknown adventure behind my day and i love being challenged to help people. From a management stand point the job lacks guidance and involvement. My co-workers are the best at what they do and have great outgoing spirits which create a fun work environment.At the end of the day - more...
Being able to problem solve and connect with diffrent people.
Not enough pay compensation managment or advancements in the company.