Peak View Behavioral Health
Happiness rating is 54 out of 100
3.1 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry
    Nursing Care Facilities
  • Link
    Peak View Behavioral Health website
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Employees at Peak View Behavioral Health have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

Paid time off
Retirement plan
Employee discount
Health insurance
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
Life insurance
Employee assistance program
Tuition reimbursement
Disability insurance
Health savings account
Flexible schedule
AD&D insurance
401k matching

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 71 reviews and is evolving.



Assessment and Referral Specialist in Colorado Springs, CO
on March 9, 2022
Great sense of community, feeling like you belong, Job security, and schedules. Pay is poor for the amount of work you do. Little to no room for advancement. Helpful management.
Assessments in Colorado Springs, CO
on February 27, 2022
PVBH was sold to Summit Behavioral Healthcare in Jan 2020, just before COVID. During their first year of ownership, we did not see too many changes. However, 2021 brought about exponential micro-managing and dictated changes from the home office which made an already stressful environment almost unbearable. Summit has zero performance indicators regarding patient care; all KPIs surround financial goals. Patients and staff are just numbers, not people. Taken in combination with a DON and nursing department that are left unmanaged, unchecked, and not held accountable for anything, it created a hostile work environment. Any person entering the mental health field as a long-term career choice should work at an inpatient and/or residential setting as a part of their professional development, but it should be 1-2 years max. Learn what you can and get out before it destroys you.
MHT in Colorado Springs, CO
on January 2, 2022
I love Peak view so much they really do care about there employees. I only had one problem after I got hurt but other then that it was a great place to work.
Assistant Clinical Director-Inpatient in Colorado Springs, CO
on December 21, 2021
There is no typical workday Peak View Behavioral Health, and that is a good thing. Due to the ever-changing dynamics of inpatient acute psychiatric healthcare, the Covid epidemic across the United States and Peak View’s ability to pivot and to remain flexible with our patient’s dynamic needs- empowers me to look forward to every day, simply because one day is the never the same as the one before it. I have learned a great deal at Peak View both in my role as a clinician/ therapist and in my current role as an Assistant Clinical Director-Inpatient, which only pushed me to push myself as a member of management, and certainly as an evolving clinician. I feel that management leverages in a positive manner their diverse hiring practices to both promote from within when appropriate, hire from outside when needed, and to continually assess what the needs of the patient’s, staff, and our industry calls for to keep Peak View (in my opinion) an industry leader in acute psychiatric healthcare.The overall workplace culture is that of a blended, giving, and welcoming family atmosphere; this atmosphere makes what can be a very demanding, emotional, and quite honestly a draining work week seem just that much lighter of a load to carry on lieu of our great patients that come to us on the very worst day of their life sometimes. The hardest part of my current role is the find balance between, the workplace, family, our great patients, and I cannot forget my amazing team members with knowing that I must leave the job at work when I am home and vise verse.The most enjoyable part of my job would be the sincere compliments, the thanks, and the feeling of accomplishment that I see on patient’s faces and from them, that are working through the change process and have asked or are asking for that critical hand up at this point in their life!
RN in Colorado Springs, CO
on December 21, 2021
The culture has been improving over the last few months with bringing in more competent MHT's, and new managers that support their teams. They have done a nice job increasing wages for many departments. We feel appreciated at Peak View. The leadership team here really support the floor and do all that they can to ensure our needs are met.

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