The Harbour Employee Reviews
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My role included minimal collaboration and minimal time spent in the actual office. Being there for such a short time frame and not being in an employee role, I cannot fully review the company. The company was timely with reimbursement for gas.
The clients and staff don’t have clear boundaries that are set by upper management. The job is just a glorified babysitter, since the young girls are not held to a higher standard. There is never any progress with the clients and they are rude and disrespectful to staff!
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I started with one Executive Director, for one year. Then in the start of my second year, a new Executive Director began. She changed the direction of the organization which included realigning Development Department needs. It took a while to get people on the same page and the right track.
The Harbour is very team oriented, they attempt to get feedback from everyone. Well known in the community for the outstanding work that is done with the clients. Encourages staff of all levels to attend trainings and advance in career.
Great staff, informative trainings, LGBTQ friendly, small agency, friendly staff, well known by the community
When I first started I was told that the turnover rate was high and boy that was the truth. In my time of work there I had 4 supervisor and majority of the staff quit or drop to relief. the clients was great(some). but I have dreams of opening my own youth center. so this job played a major role in the do's and don'ts of running a company.
working with clients
Great company to work for. Friendly Staff and Management. Clients were very friendly. They were very receptive to me coming in as a new employee and would often sit in the living area and watch television with me. They liked to assist me in cooking for them. I enjoyed my time there.
Great place to learn and grow, but upper management is unresponsive to the needs of staff. Great team work and rapport among TCMs, YDS and supervisors.
Great Teamwork among staff and mid management
Staff overworked and underpaid.
I learned a lot during my internship at The Harbour. I was not stuck working in one particular area of the organization, but was able to experience multiple positions. I worked with outreach, one on one with the youth, attended DCFS caseworker meetings with the youth, and attended court hearings. I could not have asked for a better internship.
• Provide Case Management and counseling to adolescent female wards of the state and homeless youth residing in both Transitional and Independent living programs • Prepare and facilitate interactive life skills in both therapeutic group sessions and independently • Support the maintenance of a positive therapeutic milieu at residential sites • Provide referrals and transportation for various appointments and visits • Complete mental health assessments, individual treatment plans and discharge plans • Attend and participate in juvenile court hearings and administrative case reviews • Complete and present DCFS Administrative Case Reviews and Children and Family Team meetings.
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