Horrible place, They are thieves, and very unreasonable.
Community Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – June 16, 2018
This is the worst place I've been. They hire people but fire you for really petty reasons. They are liars very unorganized, and the clients are constantly put through difficult situations by having new case managers every month.
They work u like a slave, and are very unrealistic
Excellent place to work but pay is kind of low for the DC area
Mental Health Specialist (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – April 23, 2018
Excellent place to work but pay is kind of low for the DC area. But there are trade offs, the benefits were excellent, and the management was spot on great. Culture was one of real caring for both patients and employees. It would have been perfect if they paid just 5k more.
Employees, excellent. Fun place, doing great work. I really cared about the patients who were regulars. I felt like i left a family. I think of them often and fondly.
Most importantly, they cared about me.
I hated to leave, but got offered job making 9k more, in the city that I love the most.
management, patients, and culture, benefits all were excellent
N/A (Former Employee) – Washington City, DC – January 31, 2018
They warn you about the Clients when you really need to be warned about management. The office is filled with drama and cliques Management included.This is probably why the turn over rate is so high! There was no formal training or job orientation. your basically just thrown out there to fin for yourself. Its a very stressful and unprofessional work place.
gossip, lunch breaks, micro management, Management!!, Training
Nurse Care Manager (Current Employee) – Washington, DC 20002 – October 31, 2017
A typical day stressful I learned to manage large amounts of work with little sleep. Management was adequate Workplace culture is poor Hardest part of the job is lack of training The most enjoyable part of the job the satisfaction of helping the client get well
I'll never tell (Former Employee) – DC – October 24, 2017
starting w the stuck up a** HR director. She is so tied into her feelings, being uppity and stuck up no one can even get an interview or call back terribly rude!!! I feel sorry for those who attempt to apply!!
Great place to work if you are great at face to face customer service
Office Coordinator (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – December 8, 2015
A typical day at work consists of clients meeting with Doctors and caseworkers for their treatment. I learned the different types of mental illness that different clients suffer from and what treatments are necessary. I also learned how to deal with those that cannot control their mental illness. The staff at this particular center created a family/friend work environment with the way they handle the clients with love and care. The hardest part of the job for me would have to be filing clients charts both paper and electronic. The most enjoyable part of the job is definitely seeing the progress in the clients recovery.