Social Service Tech (Former Employee) – Thomasville, GA – May 12, 2018
A typical day at work can stressful; due to some residents behavior. I learned how to deal with mental health and substance abuse residents. Management was okay. Workplace culture is satisfactory. The hardest part of the job is being threaten by a resident verbally. The most enjoyable part of the job is when a resident complete the program.
Caregiver/Personal Assistant (Former Employee) – Bainbridge, GA – April 10, 2018
It is a great job, and I am a good worker. I am still able to return back to Action Med, due to being a good worker. I love everything about action med. The hardest part is nothing, and the enjoyable part is being able to learn and grow with the clients.
Client support (Former Employee) – Thomasville, GA – April 3, 2018
Job is good for someone with no bills. If you're looking for somewhere to advance or grow, stay far away. There are no raises and you're underpaid. Can't keep any help because its very unprofessional at times. This should be a LAST resort job.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) – Thomasville, GA – January 13, 2018
You work with mental illness and it's stressful. The pay is terrible and you never get a raise. No holiday pay or pto. Most ppl hate the job for these reasons and it shows at work. You work with a bunch of women in a house who keep up drama because nobody is paid enough to care about the clients. The company sucks!
Social Service Aid (Former Employee) – Thomasville, GA – January 3, 2018
The Job was productive and a hectic workplace. I learned about solutions for the individuals to avoid returning to an addition and always take one day at a time. Just for Today! The Management was great and nice. The workplace culture is dominated by negative and very toxic personalities and manipulative infighting that stifles growth. The hardest part of the job was loading and unloading the food trays into the 11 passenger vans. The most enjoyable part of the job was laughing and talking with the individuals. I really enjoyed the individuals that worked their programs and not repeated the program.
Communicating with the nice employees
healthcare, short breaks, compensation, and benefits
Absorbing and engrossing job with good support from co-workers and supervisors
Certified Peer Specialist (Former Employee) – Dalton, GA – March 2, 2014
Facilitated group therapy and did PIRP notes which were Medicaid/Medicare billable. The co-workers were very supportive and so was the supervisors. The hardest part of the job was leaving the clients behind at the end of the day. The most enjoyable part of the job was facilitating group therapy sessions.