Cove Forge Behavioral Health Careers and Employment
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Short staffed, where some kill themselves working and the lazy get more lazy… If you can throw your ethics and morals out of the window before you step in to the job everyday, then this is the place for you!
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) in Williamsburg, PA
on October 2, 2021
It's a very poor place to work. You have poor management. Who like to degrade and belittle their staff. HR doesn't help they just say it's ok it's in the handbook. I have not been treated so poorly by a company
Clinical Technician in Williamsburg, PA
on June 30, 2021
I fell in love with this place when I first started the work culture, Beautiful work site, own office, team felt like family, and I was learning and making a difference actually doing therapy. That all changed late 2018 when the company was bought out by Acadia that only cared for profit, and was known to maximize profits then run places into the ground. Caseloads jumped from 10 to 18, as they couldn’t keep anyone but wanted a high census. Client buildings were crammed, with additional plans for bunk beds. The clientele got tougher and harder to deal with as they accepted more prison population. It stopped being therapeutic, how do you do an anxiety group with 20 people who are all anxious, and crammed into a room? I left due to burnout out as do many, I was no longer making the impact I once was and killing myself trying.
Drug Alcohol & Mental Health Counselor in Williamsburg, PA
on October 8, 2020
Giving back to the community allows one to feel good. Its a fast paced job with lots of room to grow. Management can be difficult, and do to hi volume turn over the employees that are didcated tend to become over whelmed and under appreciated
Behavioral Specialist in Williamsburg, PA
on March 2, 2020
Maintaining a caseload way above state law. Constantly covering groups for counselors who don't come to work. Overwhelming amounts of paperwork. Although they pay hourly wages with overtime be prepared to work 12 hours a day to try to get on top of the work. You are required to work weekend days and then take off on a Wednesday to keep your hours down. Management was horrible. A lot of drugs are in the facility and the co-ed environment complicates things even more. Ok to get experience but you won't stay long.
COUNSELOR II in Williamsburg, PA
on January 12, 2020
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