I was there to get then their ADAD License back after they failed twice.
Treatment Coordinator/CACIII (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – November 8, 2018
Arrive early, poor through ADAD reports of insufficient treatment focus, poor attendance records, and devise plan for changing this and implementing it. Learned a great deal about what makes a successful treatment program and how to encourage parolees to participate in treatment. Management left me alone, but took credit for my achievements. The environment was one of 'dog eat dog'. After successfully achieving a renewal of license, gaining the trust of the parolees so they would attend groups and therapy which included going from 2 groups attended by less then 5 parolees each to 12 groups attended by 15+ each, weekly, I was moved to another facility to do the same. I hardily enjoyed the success I was have,only to have that success contracted out and my being moved.
Achieving The successes I was able to acheive.
Being moved without having a voice.