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The most important think is for the new hieres to be trained well so that the Company will get more out of them. They need to be supported in other for the clients to benit from their problems so that they will be able to function in there respective communities.

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Although, I have not been hired, but I think Dacco is a great Company to work for. I have been trying to get in since last year.

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Employees can gain support and expertise from experienced managers and clinicians. We have a dedicated Training & Staff Development Coordinator who facilitates monthly training's on an array of topics. Clinicians can learn more about the history and current philosophy's of addiction treatment in the Counselor/ Case Manager Training.

DACCO Offers:
• Education Assistance
• Internship Opportunities
• Licensure Supervision
• Professional Development Committee
• Rich Training Program to include CEUs
• Certification Assistance

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40 hours a week unless we are short staffed which happens often.

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We work a lot but that's fine.

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Raises are given after evaluations and the highest pay raise that I am aware if is 25 cents.

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Just show up like you would for church and you be fine.

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Most likely, and after you are employed there is random drug testing

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Some positions do require a valid FL license. However, there are several positions/programs that do not require the license. I would recommend you look into the MCAP certification (Master's Certified Addictions Professional). Good Luck!!

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