Lakeview Behavioral Health
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  • CEO
    Deagan Watson
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    $1M to $5M (USD)
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Counselor in Norcross, GA
on August 5, 2021
You’re over-worked, under supported, and underpaid. There are good people who work there, no doubt. But the case loads are too high, the case managers are made to be the bad guys, there is no security, only techs. There is not enough support for clinical staff (or any staff for that matter) from the higher-ups. Clinical staff needs more PTO and smaller case loads. The responsibility for things getting done falls 90% on the therapist. This place needs a serious face-lift. Oh! How could I forget. THERE IS NO WIFI IN THE BUILDING AND YOU DO EVERYTHING BY HAND. That’s right. Every note, every tx plan…every single thing goes into a PAPER chart. What a joke. Charts constantly go missing. What is this, 1995? Plus, at this level of care, notes are due in 24 hours. I don’t understand how Lakeview expects everyone to get their paperwork done in a timely manner when you are writing every little note, tx plan, communication log, etc by hand. I felt like my hand was going to fall straight off. If Acadia wants Lakeview to succeed, then there needs to be some serious financial and HR investments to create a happy staff - and therefore, a successful treatment center.
Mental Health Technician in Norcross, GA
on April 25, 2021
No room for growth for- non clinical employees . Only nurses are recognized . A lot of people have advanced in other health careers and should be compensated in their salaries instead of being in the same salary.
"Behavioral Health Tech" in Norcross, GA
on March 15, 2021
My review will be really awful. I think this is the baddest place I’ve have ever work in relation to check in, check out, team work, patient care, empathy, treatment, food for patients, therapy and management.
Mobile Assessor in Norcross, GA
on January 16, 2021
Hours are always available on weekdays and weekends for mobile workers. The only issue with hours is that PRN workers get the crumbs left over after FT and PT workers.
Intake Counselor in Atlanta, GA
on January 6, 2021
I wouldn’t recommend anyone to work here! You have personal days but can’t use them! High turnover! Poor management! Over worked employees!I was warned but went anyway! Big mistake! Health Insurance is very expensive also btw

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