Poor management and too much focus on billing insurances
Therapeutic Mentor (Former Employee) – Fall River, MA – April 2, 2018
Typical day is billing and finding reasons to bill insurances as well as seeing clients. Learned that helping clients is not first priority though its a non-profit. Management tells you to do things a certain way and then upper management changes it and are inconsistent in there approach to program. The culture is good at times but you mostly feel under pressure to bill like your job is on the line. Walking through the door every morning knowing that the last thing Child & Family services is concerned about is the Child & Family. Most enjoyable part of job is working with kids and knowing that they look forward to seeing you every week.
meet good people
to much focus on billing instead of actual clients
Poor Management with current CEO and Vice President.
INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY COUNSELOR/ADOLESCENT (Former Employee) – Concord, NH – February 21, 2018
After the CEO left after 40 years current employees were not treated well and left. This left new employees with less knowledge and experience. The quality of care and compassion towards clients no longer existed.