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They do a great service for families all across the state. I'm sure all of these negative comments are from people who are disgruntled because they didn't do their jobs. I worked for them and found them extremely fair. They treat you like family and expect you to be accountable. I see nothing wrong with that.

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Many of our direct care staff are currently working on furthering their careers in psych, thus creates turnover. I will say the positions can be stressful, but it is extremely rewarding. You must have a desire to work with children who have behavioral issues, it is not for everyone.

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It takes about two weeks for a candidate to start after hire, since we try to allow the candidate to provide two-weeks' notice to their current employer. Candidates can be screened first and then most go through a two-step interview process with HR and then the hiring manager. Candidates are offered roles and then must complete a background check and pre-employment physical, and provide proof of work eligibility and highest completed education.

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Horrible working coniditions

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Working in the social work field isn't an easy task in any environment. Working with families with kids who have behavior issues is a challenge, but we do a good job of helping families cope and give suggestions to be more successful.
A good environment with great co workers. I haven't worked in an environment where management showed as much concern and appreciation for our work. the work is hard though, you have to be committed to make a difference with struggling families and kids.

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BHTs do not make a lot of money. Don't expect to get rich doing that job. But it can be highly rewarding when you can get through a day and know that you did the best with the patients that you can.

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Organized, typical interview. Timely offer and follow up from HR.

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Most people had no idea what type of hospital this was or why it was needed.

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