Project Chesapeake
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Reviews

Addictions Counselor & Mental Health Therapist in Waldorf, MD
on April 16, 2021
This was my first LGPC position. The pay was nice for an LGPC and management tries to meet your needs but you have to speak up. The clients are challenging but great.
Front Desk Receptionist in Annapolis, MD
on July 14, 2021
This was probably one of the best companies I have ever worked for! The only reason I was let go is because of something that I did. They did not want me to go and said that once I handle that situation I can absolutely come back. Now obviously they could not hold the position I was in but when I go back I may end up with a better position. The owners were so nice and helpful! I started out at a new inpatient facility and since it was their first one (all the facilities they have had up to that point were all outpatient) I had to walk through the learning process for everyone. The bumpy road of opening a new facility. The owners were very hands on and always willing to help if you opened your mouth and let them know that you needed help. The company is like a big family and they include new employees right away. At least they did for me. I loved working there. They were so flexible and understanding of the needs of their employees when it comes to scheduling and really everything. At Christmas time I walked into work at the Annapolis outpatient office that I had recently transferred to and their was a Nintendo switch sitting on my desk from "Santa " for my son. I cried. The day I had to leave we all cried.
Mental Health Therapist in Maryland
on July 1, 2021
I am fortunate to have grown immensely as a clinician in my time with Project Chesapeake. I value creativity, flexibility, and innovation, and working for Project Chesapeake allowed me to implement my values as a clinician. I am fortunate to have had the opportunity to use my energy and life force in a way that allowed me to make a positive impact on my clients. I would recommend Project Chesapeake to any LGPC/LMSW who is creative, innovative, driven, and motivated to work as a therapist.
Training Manager in Maryland
on February 26, 2021
I've been at Project Chesapeake for almost a year now. It is by far the best job I've ever had in 12 years of being a professional! The Partners have built an amazing company and, having worked for other competitors in the field, this is BY FAR the best run Substance Use company in the state! Employees are treated fairly, are compensated well, and are appreciated immensely for their work. The company has core values that they actively live by every day - Respect, Passion, Integrity, Appreciation, and Unity. The company runs seamlessly and has conquered being able to continue to provide elite services during a global pandemic. If you are looking for a job in the addictions field, I highly recommend only considering Project Chesapeake.
Office Manager in Elkton, MD
on February 17, 2021
I've been with the company just shy of 4 years. During those 4 years the company has been there for me when it mattered doing what they could to accommodate me or my obstacles.

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Interview is average
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None no questions, really was never formally interviewed.

Shared on October 11, 2019

I specifically asked them if there was anything that I would be asked to , such as direct services. They weren't honest at all.

Shared on September 11, 2019

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