The Centers was an amazing place to work. Then they merged with Circle health and became "community healthcare" and are more concerned with money than people. They have taken a non-profit organization and are trying to get it to turn profit. While every biz should make money, mental healthcare should be more about quality and not quantity otherwise, why are you doing it? They have fired hard workers for coming in under productivity, even if they were still in their trial employment. There is only a 60 cent raise when you get your license from school but there is twice the work and caseload. If you can avoid this place, do! It is places like this that give mental health treatment a bad name and keep people from coming in and getting help they need.
number driven, low pay, high mileage, no advancement