Mental Health Association of San Mateo County Careers and Employment
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Housing Case Manager in Redwood City, CA
on April 16, 2019
MHA has grown exponentially over the last 20 years. Amazing to see the work they now do for the community. Happy to say I was a part of this organziation!
Mental Health Rehab Specialist/Case Manager in San Mateo, CA
on February 3, 2020
Do not work here!! They are unsupportive, micromanage, unappreciative CEO and management. Worked for 6 mos and stabilized clients and was rewarded by being fired, by a cold CEO, manager and company. Manager walked me to my car and “thanked” me for my hard work. This place is outdated, a joke, unappreciative, and weird. No opportunity to grow. When asked for more support and supervision your only told “no” as they don’t have the bandwidth. When fired, my clients were not notified and they created MORE trauma and stress for individuals that have a Mental Health Diagnosis. Following my termination I shared my experience with a Psychologist whom validated their wrongdoing. Backstabbing, rude, and unprofessional people work here. People with no future. They want individuals to work 8 hours with a lunch, and have the work done of 2 people by the end of the day. Once you work hard others will claim credit for your great work. Disappointed, and sad I gave my life to a place for 6 months that didn’t have any intention of supporting and partnering with me to be successful. They will provide you a company cell phone, which they will track your location. This place is in such need of people that if your breathing and show up for work, they will hired you. People have started and never returned. Hahaha. That says a lot. RUN AWAY and do not work here !!
Shelter Support Staff in Redwood City, CA
on September 30, 2018
This job can be emotional, stressful and rewarding all at the same time. The hours are long and you constantly have to be aware of your surroundings. Team work is necessary along with boundaries with clients.
Case Manager/Supporting Housing Coordinator in Redwood City, CA
on October 27, 2015
I case manage 26 mentally ill client who lived in the community. I enjoy my work because I'm helping to make a difference in someone life. I work with a great team of people. The hardest part of my job is driving all day from Daly City to E. Palo Alto. When a client get a job, enroll in school, reunite with their family, and med compliant makes all struggles worth while.
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