Wilmington Treatment Center Careers and Employment
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I used to love this place but I’m recent months this place has gone to the birds. Short staffed and no support from management. Things are changing and I hope it’s for the better
Unit Clerk in Wilmington, NC
on August 17, 2021
I do not recommend WTC. I worked here over 2.5 years. I think many want to make a difference, but the bottom line of being a for profit organization is a beast. It’s the nature of the business world, but the almighty dollar effects patients. The staff is always short, they run you ragged, and always feel unappreciated. It’s a dangerous environment for both patients and staff.
RN Staff Nurse in Wilmington, NC
on September 16, 2021
This job is not a organized facility AT ALL. The patients are treated poorly by nursing and counseling. Management is very rude and unorganized, over worked and under paid. The raises were 3% a year. I wouldn’t recommend this place for anyone who is passionate about helping with addicts because no matter how hard you try to help the patients this facility is all about the money. The facility is always under staffed. There is a very high turn over rate. A very awful place to work! I stayed there as long as I did for the patients.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant in Wilmington, NC
on August 27, 2021
The management structure at this facility is toxic, they offer little to no support. Facility is constantly understaffed and there is no accountability and hard work is rarely recognized or rewarded. Much of the staff there is caring and supportive but turn over is high and constantly understaffed due to the toxic management. It’s unfortunate because it’s a beautiful facility and could have such potential.
RN in Wilmington, NC
on August 14, 2021
Upon beginning my training here I was absent for 2 days for an illness that occurred abruptly after my daughter got sick. I was threatened with termination for missing those two training days but then asked to provide my availability for the rest of the month. Fear tactics from management but that’s not okay. Fellow floor nurses and counselors appear to be caring and supportive. Management pushes you to do the work, not given time to adjust to the environment and learn the meds, patients, routine, etc. Pay is way below the average rate for nurses with experience and then to be treated like you are inferior..not worth it. And it’s sad b/c there are patients in there who need and want help and can’t get it because the facility is short staffed. Had to experience it for myself…the reviews are what they are. Take it at face value!!!
LPN in Wilmington, NC
on July 16, 2021
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