Sierra Tucson
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Sierra Tucson Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1983
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Rating overview

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Reviews

Former primary therapist in Main Tucson campus
on June 8, 2021
There are many extremely talented clinicians working there. Primary therapists do an impossible amount of work but are cut off of support from cliquish management. It felt a little like high school again with the popular kids running the show. My immediate supervisor simply did not show up for meetings with me. Marketing and intake personnel are either misinformed or outright dishonest - I’m not sure which. Clients may expect to receive certain types of therapy but have to complain strenuously to get their expectations met. Clients put down huge amounts of money and are lead to believe their insurance will come through. It often doesn’t, and clients have to make this shocking discovery and make hard financial decisions in the middle of their treatment stay. Clients’ schedules are padded with activities and poorly planned, repetitive psych-ed groups that leave them frustrated and without enough personal time to reflect and heal. It appears that Sierra Tucson has outgrown itself in the name of money and cannot sustain itself in this town with enough staff or competent, qualified management.
Psychiatric Registered Nurse in Tucson, AZ
on October 11, 2021
Unsafe environment, overworked, understaffed, dangerous work environment, management doesn’t care about you. No time to take lunches. Barely even time to take a bathroom break. Avoid at all costs.
Employee in Tucson, AZ
on June 11, 2021
Sierra Tucson is a great company overall. The managers and CEO really care about you doing well. The company has monthly meetings which help us get updates on news. Like the culture here. Many lunches and celebrations. Different ways to get recognized. Overall good culture.
Residential Accountability Safety Coach in Tucson, AZ
on June 7, 2021
Behavioral health can be high stress especially when lives are at stake. Unfortunately, the stress was compounded by poor communication from management and non-existent support.
Other in Tucson, AZ
on May 5, 2021
This has been a great place to work overall. I have learned so much regarding mental health and addiction. I typically work 10 hours per day and am exhausted at the end of the day. Workplace culture can vary by which department you are in and how your management treats you. The hardest part of this job is the amount of energy it takes to handle this type of population, but it is also the best part which is why we are all here and it is so rewarding when someone's life has been changed.

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