Lighthouse Behavioral Health Solutions
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    201 to 500
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    4214 E Main St Columbus, ...
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    Lighthouse Behavioral Health Solutions website

Our comprehensive approach to addiction treatment provides a continuum of care that begins with asking for help and continues through to ongoing peer support. In addition to our state-of-the-art treatment facilities and peer support centers located across Ohio, we work with a network of community partners to remove barriers and promote access to care through our innovative approach to integrate professionally managed recovery housing with evidence based clinical treatment.

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Office Administrator in Anonymous
on November 9, 2022

Loved it when I first started. Unfortunately the company decided to make a change for the worst and micromanage everyone on everything. Put policies in place that make no sense. Skip giving bonuses to people that work above and beyond and then just shrug their shoulders like it’s not a big deal. At this point half my team are leaving and I feel like my time here may be ending soon as well.

Clinical Therapist in Reynoldsburg, OH
on November 11, 2022

I've been at Lighthouse for a while and have been here through the company growth, need for adjustments in how we communicate, and times when we have been short staffed (as seen in other reviews). What I will say, is there have been growing pains but there has also been a great effort to correct these things and we are seeing those improvements. I feel incredibly supported by my work team and supervisors. If I go to them feeling burnt out, they will lower my case load. If I say I can't take any more clients, they will respect that. I feel valued and supported most of the time. As a counselor, you will be expected to run group and carry an individual client caseload. To get the quarterly bonus, you need at least 65% productivity (roughly 24 hours/week of direct client hours, which is manageable). The salary here is almost almost 2x what I have been offered by other places and you can make around $10,000 more if you meet bonuses. The insurance isn't great. You accrue 4.5 hours of PTO every 2 weeks. There are 2 mandatory meetings/week for counselors (1 is an hour long, one is 30 minutes)- aside from that, your schedule is made by you. Compared to other agencies I have worked for, this is incredibly manageable. However, agency work like this isn't for everyone. SUD population isn't for everyone. As a counselor, you have control over what and how you teach your group and how you set your own schedule. I personally LOVE group work, and have been allowed to design my schedule to fit around what I enjoy- more group and a lighter caseload.

Clinician in Columbus, OH
on November 10, 2022

Overall, coworkers are client driven and client focused. Good supervision is provided by supervisors. Communication has went downhill since rapid expansion. Company is becoming more corporate-like the more sites that are added, which is a major concern.

Clinician in Columbus, OH
on October 19, 2022

It's not what you know, it's who you know if you want to advance. Management positions seem filled based on people-pleasing personalities not knowledge or ability to manage. No training or support.

Case Manager in Whitehall, OH
on October 6, 2022

If you want to make good money this is the place but if u don't like being micromanaged nitpicked and constantly harped on with a basis towards money not recovery then come to lighthouse it's perfect

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