Center For Family Services
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    Richard Stagliano
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $25M to $100M (USD)
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    Center For Family Services website
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Program Director in Aurora, IL
on January 12, 2023
I would get good performance reviews but also told they could give raises because it was "not in the budget." I had to really push just to get minimal compensation (even though I have a master's degree). The main issue is they are a non-profit and (at least when I worked there) had inconsistent funding from donors.
Case Manager in Homestead, FL
on December 17, 2022
What is the best part of working at the company?Some staff are really compassionate about helping people.What is the most stressful part about working at the company?Most of my stress comes from not having the resources to assist my clients.What is the work environment and culture like at the company?This company is dedicated to the betterment of the undeserved population.What is a typical day like for you at the company?You need to be flexible and be ready to pivot because things happen in real time
Mental Health Counselor in Egg Harbor Township, NJ
on December 12, 2022
Center for Family Services strives on "making a difference in their clients lives." Unfortunately, this does not include their staff. My job itself, is great and I absolutely love it! I love working with my clients and I could not ask for a better job. However, the pay MUST change. I find it completely disrespectful that my position requires a licensed degree but they refuse to pay as it should. CFS should get with the times and realize the hard work and sacrifice put in to obtain a license and realize the cost of living is going up. Good luck hiring and retaining staff with the level of disrespect of pay (I get paid less than $40K). They will blame it on grant funding, which is NOT the case at all. They use this as an excuse to keep the pay low. My advice, go to the competition, better salary and benefits. What good is enjoying the work you do, but have to stress daily about how to pay the bills?
Certified Peer Specialist in Williamstown, NJ
on December 9, 2022
In the beginning the job was good along with the company except when it came to getting a hold of a manger when needed. They would never pick up the phone and would take forever to get back to you even in an emergency. You were pretty much left to figure it out on your own and hope for the best. Once new management stepped in things took a turn for the worse. The place turned into a hostel work environment. They also became very racist as well. I never worked in a place that was so cruel to their employees. They allowed some employees to harass other employees. Even when brought up to management about being stalked by one of the employees and being cursed out on numerous times, they did absolutely nothing about it. They don’t care for the safety of their employees what so ever. Even a supervisor quit due to this harsh and cruel treatment they kept witnessing the company doing. I advice everyone to NEVER work for this company at all unless they bring in new management again and to have the mangers available for the employees especially when an emergency comes up.
Certified Peer Recovery Specialist in Camden, NJ
on November 30, 2022
I have worked here for over 2 years and there have been a steady stream of people leaving and disgruntled employees. Upper management gives the illusion of caring about its people but their actions show a difference.

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