Children's Health Council Overview

  • Palo Alto, CA
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • 1953
  • Nonprofit Organization
  • Health Charities
  • $25 to $50 million (USD)

At Children’s Health Center we believe in the promise and potential in every child, teen and young adult and this confidence drives everything we do. We specialize in helping children, teens and families facing ADHD, Learning Differences, Anxiety & Depression and Autism. CHC ...
Mission: To remove barriers to learning, helping children, teens and young adults become resilient, happy and successful at home, at school and in life. We strive to remove social emotional and learning barriers for kids and families regardless of language, location or ability to pay.

Children's Health Council Reviews

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Rosalie Whitlock, PhD
Rosalie Whitlock, PhD
13 Ratings
Current Employee, more than 5 years

"Company with a big heart and mission"

May 1, 2021 - Clinical Neuropsychologist in Palo Alto, CA
Positive Outlook
No opinion of CEO


Inspiring mission and commitment to the community, ability to work with a wide variety of health disciplines, great learning environment and collaborative culture


Not as technologically advanced as other mental health practices, families get frustrated with slow billing practices, need to hire more support staff to keep up with program growth
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Children's Health Council Interviews

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  1. Development Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Palo Alto, CA
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Children's Health Council (Palo Alto, CA) in May 2019


    I really, really don't want to write a negative review because I love CHC and the work they do I have worked with people from there before, and have only heard good things, but these interviews were so disappointing and I feel like my time was wasted. After applying to a position online I got contacted by a member of HR for a phone interview to be interviewed for a director level position - this was my first question mark, I hadn't applied for a director level position and I definitely am not qualified for one. Then I had the phone interview with the member of HR, now I know screeners are common practice, but not ones like this, the HR person got on the phone, robotically read my resume back to me didn't have an answer for any of my questions about CHC, told me I was a fit for another position and that I would be asked to come in for an in person interview on Wednesday. Several emails later and the HR person forgets to schedule my interview. When Wednesday comes and goes she reaches out Thursday to apologize and reschedule, when I said I was only free next week, she said they needed to wrap up interviews this week, so I would have to come in tomorrow. I had to cut out time to come in, only one of the several people who were suppose to interview me were there, I sat down and it was pretty clear they had already chosen someone else for the position based on how they acted - the interview was really short as the interviewer really didn't have any questions for me, and I was taken a back when the interviewer asked if I would have time for this job. I left just feeling like I had wasted the drive down, I hope CHC does better in the future, their work is so important.

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