Youth Care of Utah
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  • CEO
    Trina Quinney-Packard
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    12595 Minuteman Dr, Drape...
  • Link
    Youth Care of Utah website
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Behavioral Youth Counselor and Monitor in Draper, UT
on September 2, 2022
The Good, nepotism if that is good and when you do work with those you know, it is an easy way up... The bad can also be seen in nepotism. I also feel it was a good place for me to be fulltime for a short time to get my feet wet with learning how to extend your comfort zones to struggling clients. I also feel that Youth Care does have too much of employee politics and drama that makes it difficult for the lower beginning workers to feel dedicated to successfulness.
Residential Coach in Draper, UT
on November 11, 2021
It was a great place to work, all coworkers were great to work with. Management was good not bad but not great either, however if you asked for help they would help you. Quite frankly they and all staff are more focus on the students, becaus ethat is the point of the facility. Overall it was a great experience but it did not seem to be for me.
Residential Treatment Coach in Draper, UT
on May 3, 2021
Typically the day is spent in the classroom, with staff constantly trying to keep noise under control and students working. Staff can not leave students ever, not even for a minute, so it's difficult to get any bathroom breaks. There are two staff per house, but the head (key) staff is in and out of the classroom a lot, leaving the other staff to handle everything with the students. Its nice to have students trust us enough to come to us with their problems, but we are given little training in what advice to give a struggling teenager, so I often feel unprepared to really help students succeed.
Teacher in Draper, UT
on March 31, 2021
Leadership, during my time there was very supportive. My immediate supervisor did all he could to fight for pay raises for his subordinates. He allows us to be as creative as we wanted to be and to introduce new technologies as well as new learning tools in the classroom.
Residential Coach, Graduate Intern, PRN Therapist in Draper, UT
on August 20, 2019
Residential program for troubled adolescents. Great General Management team, with moderate Clinical Management team (too much responsibility for one person). They offer great pay and great benefits, but due to the type of program it is (residential), patients are high risk for suicide and self-harm, and there's a lot of pressure to justify medical necessity to insurance companies (and sometimes families).

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