Mental Health Associate
Everything else. The pay is terribly low, even for the more experiences employees. Management will expect you to spread yourself incredibly thin because of understaffing. In this position you will be expected to do a little bit of everything from admin work, to driving (most of the job), to sitting in groups as a glorified babysitter. There is no room for growth unless you go back to school to become a clinician. Once that happens, it is highly likely for clinicians to find elsewhere to work. The space is cramped, no one gets a real office space, specially MHAs. You can find 3-6 of them crammed into a glorified utility closet at the "MHA office." Nothing has changed in the last couple of years to my knowledge, and sadly I don't expect any change soon. Management has begun micromanaging as well.
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