I gained a lot of experience while working in three different positions for Gosnold over a period of seven years.
Days were somewhat varied with conducting assessments, conferring with co workers, clinicians, networking throughout the community, writing reports, notes, emails and other computer work along with meeting with clients, creating service plans all in a days work. Management and culture was interesting. The hardest part of the job was the lack of availability - more... of treatment beds at times when needed while trying to assist a client in need. The most enjoyable part of this job was watching clients lives improve while going through the recovery process. - less
Prosdiscounted lunch, participating in community events, free or discounted tickets for some entertainment. Gas reimbursement for some travel.
ConsHealth care cost increases, low pay with low or no increases at times.