Valley Behavioral Health System
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  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    $1M to $5M (USD)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Reviews

Therapist III in Barling, AR
on July 6, 2021
It is what it is. The paperwork that proves services rendered is much more important than the services rendered. They like to load you up with the biggest caseload possible then question why your work is not done. For agency work it’s what you would expect. No one can work at this pace for this money and be happy. Burn out and turnover are very common.
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.
IT Site Administrator in Barling, AR
on July 1, 2021
People are friendly. Management is good and responsive. Been here a little over two years and am very happy. Management is on top of every situation and is responsive to employees.
Behavioral Health Technician in Fort Smith, AR
on April 11, 2021
It is dangerous, stressful, and I worked three 3 and a half years with no pay increase. Only offered a new position when I tried to leave. I did most of the work while new staff just watched and got paid significantly more. Food was fattening. Managers didn't care about the safety of staff. Staff patient relationships were disgusting. I was overworked. I would write more but its 2 am, and I usually am not up this late but couldn't rest until I gave this warning out.
Behavioral Health Technician in Fort Smith, AR
on March 22, 2021
I worked in many psychiatric in hospital settings but this is by far the worst place that I have worked. They call you in for doubles almost every day sometimes multiple times a day, they work you to the bone without any concern for your well-being, and they treat their employees horribly. They try and make up for their treatment with free food now and then to cover it up like a Band-Aid. I do not recommend working here.

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