The future is bleak. They continually focus on money and productivity over client care and ethically treating clients. They are not trauma informed, provide no ongoing supervision or consultation, give high caseloads and high risk clients without the support needed to treat them ethically. They continually spend money on rebranding and redecorating but will not put money in raises or making time for more support for clinicians. You are on your own here. Sink or swim.....and eventually sink from burn out.
It's a sinking ship. Community partners want nothing to do with VBH anymore. It constantly feels like they are going to shut us down.
Answered - Therapist (Former Employee) - SLC, UT
Building a rat ship here, snitch on your coworkers. Anything less, they'll burn you at the stake. Management is the worse, do as I say not as I do. They can leave and go when ever for whatever reasons, personal, or just leave. You try it and your head is on the chopping board.
Valley can be a great place to work, but sometimes leadership can be non-understanding that one may actually have a life outside of work, making work and life difficult to balance.
Answered - Confidential ( Former Employer ) (Former Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT
Bleek. Things are going down hill fast.
Bleek. The current CEO, Gary Larcenaire, has already ran one mental health center into the ground in El Paso Texas (check the headlines). I have no idea why he was hired at VBH because he is doing the same thing here.
Answered - Youth Counselor (Current Employee) - West Valley City, UT
I don't feel that there is a future for this company.
Answered - Case Manager (Current Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT
It's improving and growing sustainability
Answered - Autism Assistant - Carmen B. Pingree Center (Current Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT