Valley Behavioral Health System
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  • CEO
    Andrea Wilson
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  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    $1M to $5M (USD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    10301 Mayo Dr, Barling, A...
  • Link
    Valley Behavioral Health System website
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Behavioral Health Technician in Fort Smith, AR
on January 22, 2022
They cycle between overstaffing (cutting hours) and understaffing to the point it affects job safety. They talk big game throughout the orientation process but once you actually start working, they treat you like garbage and expect you to do anything and everything they could possibly need from you.
Staff Nurse in Barling, AR
on March 24, 2022
A lot needs to change to make this place some where folks want to work. The administration is out of touch with the staff and either doesn't get or doesn't care about the dangers they put floor staff in. Health and safety is not a priority. The staff on the units do the best they can but that is limited by the leadership. The pay sounds good at first but the emotional stress of the job and the physical risks are so high, the pay is not enough. Until the owners decide to step in and fix the problems at the top, it will be one of the hardest jobs you ever had. On a bright note the floor staff all seem to want to care and want to help. Just don't always have the ability to do so.
Floor Nurse, LPN in Barling, AR
on March 23, 2022
Loved the co-workers and the job itself but management was a joke. They don’t give a flip about patients only money. Nurses and techs do their best with what they have.
BHT in Fort Smith, AR
on February 10, 2022
This place would completely fall apart without (some of) the nurses and techs. While some techs could get away with major rule violations, others got a slap on the wrist from HR for doing things that were not problematic. Most of the techs are amazing people who genuinely care, but are not given the proper resources to be therapeutic with patients. The environment is often dangerous, and they constantly go through periods of being over and understaffed. Management is a complete mess and pretty much useless. The facility is dirty because there isn’t enough housekeeping staff. They usually put patients on meds and send them home with little care as to wether or not they’re actually doing better.
Floor Nurse, LPN in Barling, AR
on September 5, 2021
This place only cares about the $$$$ Not the patient or the employee. They re-admit people over and over who have NO need, either homeless or drug seeking but they do it for numbers. Have some great staff, nurses and bhts but upper management is a joke. You get reprimanded for being honest with patients about their care, they want them to come back, not get better. The lower staff are only ones who care and they are told that’s not their job… sad situation.

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