Working at Acadia Healthcare Company Inc

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Acadia Healthcare Company Inc Reviews

What is it like working at Acadia Healthcare Company Inc?

Excellent. Great support from immediate and upper management.
Clinical Supervisor in Ringgold:
Pros: Seeing my employees grow and move toward their goals
Cons: Micromanagement
Giving people hope and direction.
Director, Clinical Services in Tacoma:
Pros: Every day I go to work I feel ready to tackle the day-to-day operations and find new innovative ways of helping others and bettering myself. Working for Acadia is what I've worked up to my entire career.
Cons: When patients aren't able to find motivation and struggle.
Wear too many hats, All calls (nursing or not) go to charge phone, Patient safety is extremely compromised. No support from upper management. Always understaffed! Callouts never replaced, Incompetent staff, no training protocol.
Charge Nurse (RN) in Wilmington:
Pros: Nothing
Cons: The lack of monetary incentives or education incentives to stay with company. There is no appreciation for any staff member especially those who have been there for five years or more.
Mental Health Therapist in Ocala:
Pros: Seeing a difference be made in those who are putting forth the effort in treatment! The facility is a co-occurring treatment center that admits those with a variety of mental health and substance use diagnosis.
Cons: The push for number of admissions with limited staff. Coworker who cover the inadequacies of their preferred peers. Being overworked, undertrained, and underpaid. Being told you’re not doing enough yet doing physically all you can.