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The hours are terrible and there is no getting around it. You are on call and it constantly changes. They say it is all about time management, but it isn't!! You can manage your time all you want but if your client doesn't want to meet with you must meet your billable, if your client has an episode you need to be with them, if any emergency happens youre STCUK!!

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Ask what your job will be and what that all that is required of the job, as you will get suckered into doing things that are not your job, and will not get paid more to do it.

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I dread it!!

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It appears to be a long standing agency which will continue to grow.

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I have been there for 2 years, I currently make 12.75. You don't get raises, but they say they are talking about giving raises this have been months now and I have seen nothing. My mileage checks are about 150 to 225 every two weeks.

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I would say that for the amount of work that is expected and the added stress that this job requires the pay is insufficient.

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The environment in the office is something I find pleasant, but I only am in the office about two hours per day.

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"Client care specialists" are providing direct monitoring of patients on the inpatient psychiatric unit, accommodating daily living needs such as providing hygiene items, helping clients to access clean clothing, laundry, phone calls, etc. They are also responsible at times for leading skill building groups or assisting clinical staff who are conducting groups.

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