Stonecrest Center
Happiness rating is 51 out of 100
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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Hospitals & Health Clinics
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Behavioral Health Associate in Detroit, MI
on October 13, 2021
High turnover. Not paying the old staff enough and theres no room for growth. If you only need the clinical experience with patients than this is the place for you. Its like a high school everyone is gossiping about eachother and telling on one another.
BHA in Detroit, MI
on October 6, 2021
Stone crest is a great stepping stone into the world of psych. I had a hard time adjusting to the environment as this was my first job in a psychiatric facility, however over time I learned to just keep out of the drama and understand that you are there to do a job and learn more of this is a field you are interested in. The pay is not amazing, the environment can be toxic and drama filled, and it will be mentally and even physically draining with the Q15 rounds. Management is not well run but if you show up and do the job no issues should be had.
Mental Health Technician in Detroit, MI
on October 1, 2021
Management shows favoritism. Staff underpaid. No room for advancement. Policies in place for patient behavior is mediocre. 12 hour shifts with 30 minute lunch breaks.
Clinical Admissions Specialist in Detroit, MI
on July 18, 2021
Not a bad place to work, good pay, management is there to help, always honored schedule requests. Stonecrest is always seeking to improve, employee training amd building enhancements. Health insurance was one of the best I’ve ever had. That is one of the things I miss the most about this job. I worked for a “big name” hospital and Stonecrest offered better and cheaper plans. They always take care of their employees especially if you have some time in. They offer yearly parties with games, prizes, and team building. The turnover rate has to be because of the patients, they can be difficult at times.
Behavioral Health Technician in Detroit, MI
on July 17, 2021
This place is absolutely horrible. The pay is terrible, they don’t care about the staff’s safety, they don’t train the new staff properly, even the food they feed the patients is not edible.

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