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As a treatment center that is owned by a corporation this center is structured to make money more than it is structured to help people. The management has very little say or influence in how the program is run because all the decisions are made from corporate. Management is not proactive or helpful in resolving issues and was actively worsening relationships with clients. Would not recommend this company for anyone seeking substance abuse counseling experience.
Substance Abuse Counselor in Madison East Comprehensive Treatment Center
on October 5, 2021
Not a good place to work, Overworked and understaffed. The location isn't safe. The wages are not competitive. The staff deserve more credit than they are given.
LPN in Boston, MA
on October 5, 2021
I have worked at HCTC for over a year. The new clinical director that took over at the end of 2020 is phenomenal. She has changed the work culture. The previous reviews should not be considered because of the dramatic change in a positive direction. She is focused on patient care and makes the patients and staff feel important. Employee motivation and engagement has increased ten fold since she took over. Yes, Acadia, the parent company, is very concerned with numbers. But, productivity simply means you are doing your job. If you are not being productive, which means seeing patients, then you should not be working as a therapist. Policy changes occur but at least 90 percent of them are in the patients' best interest. The job is very rewarding. The entire staff is very friendly and works together very well. Management is supportive. Coworkers help each other anytime it's needed. The pay is average but acceptable and benefits are good but pricey. There is a signing bonus and free life insurance policy. You can learn a lot here and be a part of patients changing their lives for the better.
Transitions Therapist in Huntington, WV
on September 28, 2021
The Patients are wonderful, some coworkers are helpful and friendly, Management Micro manage staff while our offices are no bigger than a small closet. The AMOUNT of things that a counselor is expected to accomplish daily is , to say the least, completely unrealistic. AND EVERYONE IS REPLACEABLE.....PERIOD! And NO ONE ever let's you forget it.
SUD Counselor in El Cajon, CA
on September 22, 2021
Nothing positive to say. I was treated badly like I was not wanted. No training, just took notes as I was walked thru. If I had questions they would not help. Told look at your notes.
Receptionist in Lynchburg, VA
on September 11, 2021
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