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Is there ever a concern for safety when meeting with clients in their homes or other locations?


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Some times but they are very supportive

Answered - COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR (Former Employee) - Newport News, VA

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Training's provided by NCG have prepared workers such as myself for situations that could possibly threaten ones safety. Given such extensive training has been very beneficial in assisting me with feeling safe while out in the community and prepared to manage potential dangers that could occur.

Answered - Therapeutic Day Treatment Counselor QMHP-C (Current Employee) - Richmond, VA

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Yes. You are dealing with high risk clients and need good management who understand safety over money or how to implement safety protocols effectively.

Answered - Home Based Counselor (Former Employee) - Manassas, VA

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I get along great with my clients.. The no shows will decrease your pay.

Answered - Community Based Counselor II (Current Employee) - Manassas, VA

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This isn't exclusive to NCG, but to all community-based agencies. Practice caution and sit close to an exit.

Answered - Community Based Counselor II (Former Employee) - Charlottesville, VA

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