Wilmington Treatment Center
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About the company

  • CEO
    Robert Pitts
    28%
    approve of Robert Pitts's performance
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Healthcare
  • Headquarters
    2520 Troy Dr, Wilmington,...
  • Link
    Wilmington Treatment Center website
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Reviews

Unit Clerk in Wilmington, NC
on August 17, 2021
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
Line Cook/Prep Cook/ in Wilmington, NC
on September 14, 2022
Listen if you love people you would love this job especially people battling addition, & A people person overall, a side from that team work especially in dietary department is a joke & they will work you & say overtime, u won't see it,& it's sad but the truth is this why there turn over rate is so high, sorry do ur self a favor & stay far away,eventually you will quit so do yourself a favor and don't apply!
Registered Nurse in Wilmington, NC
on August 5, 2022
This is not the review I would have written 7 months ago, but things have changed. 7 months ago and longer, things were not good at WTC. There was no support from management, staff would back stab each other, and nursing & counseling were always at odds with each other instead of working towards a common goal, the patient. Short staffing was a major issue, hostility from other nurses, other departments and no one really cared about the employees mental health. I can honestly say that the new DON has strived to change all negatives aspects of our work environment. We finally have enough staff and created positions that were much needed to support nursing. Counseling still does not seem to value nursing's positions with regards to patient care and I hope that will change. I came to work here because I wanted to help these patients, make a difference. To be able to help these patients, you must care about them and the overall goal, Recovery. Of course we are here for a paycheck also, but if that is all you want, please stay away. We are really working towards being a team now and its really nice to see the change. There is still some changes that could happen, especially in upper management, exp: CEO. Any person in a CEO position should be able to be relatable to their employees in management, and not operate on an intimidation basis. You will never keep great staff if they constantly feel like their input does not matter and they feel intimidated. I for one am very thankful for our new DON and ADON. I feel valued as an employee for the first time since I started here in 2020 and the patients remind me that I matter, even if no one else does. Luckily, its not only the patients that tell me I matter now. Team cooperation, collaboration and empathy are necessary to work here. If you don't have those things in the forefront of your mind, please just stay away.
LPN in Wilmington, NC
on July 5, 2022
What is the best part of working at Wilmington Treatment Center?The PatientsWhat is the most stressful part about working at WILMINGTON TREATMENT CENTER?It is a hostile environment with coworkers. Favoritism is a huge issue! If someone does not like you that is friends with upper management they will plot against you, tell lies to HR and HR will back every lie told on you! They are a dirty company! Run and run fast the other way!!!! They treat the patients horrible, don’t give them snacks as they are supposed to and use vulgar language towards the patients!
Administrative Assistant in Wilmington, NC
on June 8, 2022
This company will work you into the ground and not be supportive in times of need. The policies change almost every day to the point no one can keep up. Upper Management does not care about their staff. The CEO is horrible! He hates the patients more than anyone. They will allow one patient to do anything they want while another patient will be kicked out for missing group. There is definitely favoritism there.

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Interview process want very straight forward, the entire process was about 2 weeks.

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It was very easy and I basically ran the interview

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