Counselor (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – April 29, 2017
Access Ohio program that has no structure. The clients have the freedom to do whatever they want regardless of your clinical judgment. The clinical director is not present and gives off the impression that he does not care about his job. He has inappropriate relationships with other staff members, which interferes with him being objective. The benefits are non-existent, and you have to pay for all of your own supplies. I do not recommend Access for any professionals. Access does not have a good name in the mental health and AOD community, and I now understand why.
former employee (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – August 23, 2019
At first it started as an okay place to work, then it got worse. People started leaving and at one time there was not enough case managers working there and people were getting mad because they had gone months without a case manager so clients left and went to different agencies. The management should never had been management, because half the time they didn't know what the heck was going on, and they would come to work at the time they wanted to come in. Benefits were terrible, and now there aren't any. CEO doesn't care about clients, all he cares about is getting as many people scheduled in on a day, how can you expect a client to deal with depression in only a half an hour time to see their psychiatrist? Turned away a lot of people because didn't have Medicaid. They hired in people to work in the offices that had no clue what they were doing. Never offered any incentives, there were never any raises. If you are thinking of applying to this company don't, this is the worst company to work for.