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10 days ago

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Facilitator OC FOTEP

Phoenix House Orange, CA

Phoenix House is an Equal Opportunity Employer providing equality of opportunity to all who are protected against discrimination by law, regulation…

10 days ago

Clinical Specialist OC Adult

Phoenix House Orange, CA

• At least three years progressive experience providing or coordinating chemical dependency prevention, intervention in school environments…

10 days ago

Driver - OC FOTEP - Part Time

Phoenix House Orange, CA

involve operating a company vehicle in transporting residents and staff to community appointments. Performs related support activities including…

12 days ago

Certified AOD Counselors OC FOTEP - Full time

Phoenix House Orange, CA

The Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Counselors are responsible for the delivery of the face-to-face treatment activities to the Participants in the… Glassdoor

11 days ago

Wraparound Director Licensed Clinician (LMFT, LCSW, PhD)

Phoenix House Santa Ana, CA

include: providing 24-7 critical clinical support to a team of (30) Wraparound service providers, overseeing a team of (3) license-eligible… Glassdoor

Phoenix House Reviews

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Howard P. Meitiner
16 Ratings

    Striving, struggling organization.

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    I have been working at Phoenix House full-time


    Great training ground for clinicians. Organization has gone in recent years to a focus on evidence-based practices and hiring clinical staff with advanced credentials. Those who are motivated by concern for clients are attracted to the available jobs. Clients receive good services. Senior staff care about the success of junior staff. Directors care about quality of care. Promotion from within is emphasized.


    Poor compensation for non-counselors. OK compensation for counselors entering the field. Decent compensation for new employees generally, but poor for those who have worked there for years. New entrants make more than those who have chosen to remain employed there, regardless of performance. Raises are infrequent.

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    Piling on work results in burnout and loss of employee loyalty. Not appropriately compensating those who have demonstrated loyalty makes a difference in attitude and performance. Those who have remained employed there despite this may, indeed, display that they have options.

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