Questions and Answers about Valley Behavioral Health

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Valley Behavioral Health.

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How do you feel about the future of Valley Behavioral Health?

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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

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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.

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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

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Bleek. Things are going down hill fast.

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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

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I don't feel that there is a future for this company.

Answered - Case Manager (Current Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT

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It's improving and growing sustainability

Answered - Autism Assistant - Carmen B. Pingree Center (Current Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT

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