Case Manager & Adolescent Residential Counselor (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 2, 2019
I enjoyed the people I worked with but not the people I worked for. I worked mainly with homeless youth, but unfortunately the company decided to close the youth program. They say it was to lack of funding, but I'm sure it was due to mismanagement of funds. The higher ups got great pay with raises and benefits. Favortism is big with this company and be prepared to be put on suspension if you challenge authority.
Residential Program Specialist (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – January 8, 2018
I worked with the homeless and displaced population. I did some counseling weekly counseling work. My manager did things her way and showed alot of favoritism to her friends. poor management but one of the best jobs I ever had.
Great Clientele, Great Employees - Not so great management
Prefer not to say (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 10, 2017
I left last year when HR and upper management started changing. It turns out that HR upper management do NOT have your back as an employee. Matters of personnel investigations are one-sided with the employee having little if any input. The peers and the clients are great, but the line level employees are no longer the priority of upper management. It's quite sad, actually. I'd find a different place to work.
Awesome coworkers, great benefits
Low wages, always feel as though you're being watched.
I gained invaluable self knowledge as well as excellent skills and experience
Client Services Coordinator (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 27, 2015
I gained invaluable self knowledge as well as skills and experience. I stayed long enough to hone my skills and have the opportunity to develop, implement and manage an AOD program that made a difference in people's live's.
I became productive and work for 10 years for this company
Payroll Coordinator (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 19, 2015
I worked 3 days a week. Start my work early at 6 AM to 6 PM. I started in his company as an accounting clerk and end up working as the Payroll Coordinator. During my work as Payroll Clerk, I learn for the first time how to process payroll. As I become familiar with payroll processing, I was promoted to Payroll Coordinator. During this position I introduced some policies for payroll and were adopted by the company. I have an excellent working relation with two of my co-workers in the payroll department. The hardest part of my job was when we switch from ADP to ABRA. ADP is an outsource payroll processing while ABRA is in house payroll processing. The most enjoyable part of my job is when the pay checks of our employees were distributed successfully and no employee complain for his pay check.
Plenty of food. Food is always available in the kitchen
Substance Abuse Counselor/Case Management (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 26, 2014
Case manage clients entitled to seek employment after completion of required groups. Facilitated groups such as Rites of Passage, Positive Thinking, Dress for Success, Recognizing Your Triggers, Drug and Alcohol training's.
Great population to assist the mentally challenged and or drug and alcohol problems.
Volunteer (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – December 16, 2013
This was a great place to work. I worked the front desk at night so I was able to work unsupervised. The people I worked with were very nice. It was a non-profit organization and was really great place to work.