Klamath Basin Behavioral Health
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    Kendall Alexander, MSW
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  • Company size
    201 to 500
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    2210 N Eldorado Ave Klam...
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    Klamath Basin Behavioral Health website

Established in 1980 as a family-focused children’s mental health clinic, Klamath Basin Behavioral Health (KBBH) has grown into the largest behavioral health provider for children, adolescents, adults, and families in southern Oregon. A private, non-profit corporation, KBBH serves the Klamath Basin through a comprehensive array of evidence-based and family-focused behavioral health services. Our innovative programs are delivered by a passionate team of experts who are committed to improving the quality of our consumers’ lives.

Our diverse range of integrated service delivery includes instant access to 24-hour crisis support, walk-in screenings and mental health assessments, psychiatric assessments and medication management, residential and respite programs for adults and adolescents, individual and family counseling, substance use disorder treatment, home-based services, parent-child interaction therapy, day treatment for school-aged children, case management, peer support, school-based services, and multiple focused treatment groups.

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Crisis Clinician in Klamath Falls, OR
on September 30, 2022

Have worked for them for about six years. I have enjoyed most of my time here. Definitely has a family atmosphere but the growth has reduced that some. The agency's purpose is to improve the wellness of Klamath County. Administration and general staff appear to be genuine in matching their decisions/actions to this goal. Community Partners are important to the agency. Think they have made mistakes, but have done well in recent years in owning that and moving forward. I would recommend others to come work for the agency.

Case Manager in Klamath Falls, OR
on November 30, 2022

This place was there for us while my family went up in complete flames. My director supported me every step of the way and they truly are there to support patients and clients.

Crisis Clinician in Klamath Falls, OR
on December 2, 2021

Truly loved every minute at KBBH. The co-workers and management are amazing. Only left because I relocated. Truly felt supported. While the work can be challenging and exhaustive I always felt as though my co workers and management were there. Was always happy to go to work. While there is always room for improvement within a company KBBH does a good job at maintaining transparency with their employees and is open to feedback, suggestions, concerns, etc. Even after leaving I felt supported by my co workers and supervisor.

Unknown in Klamath Falls, OR
on May 24, 2021

Dysfunctional leadership and tons of favoritism. The pay was okay for some positions but seemed low for others. Benefits aren't very good overall, but vacation is good.

Mobile Crisis Team in Klamath Falls, OR
on February 16, 2021

I enjoy working in my department. I have a supportive team, including management and coworkers. So far, everyone from the front desk to the CEO is supportive of my work and I always feel appreciated. The job is flexible and management understands, due to the stressful nature, that time off is essential. I also like the scheduling because who doesn't enjoy 3 and 4 days off in a row. I will say that the 12 hour shifts can be tiring, but the days off make up for it.

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