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Mission: D'Amore Healthcare is California's best subacute psychiatric provider. Located in sunny Southern California, our Team is innovative, compassionate and always growing.<br/><br/>We also treat dual diagnosis needs and substance abuse to
Family Feud Staff Meeting! Our All Star Team Member works hard to win. And that she did! Hard work, fun, cheering one another on. Working at D'Amore Healthcare is not easy, but it is rewarding and exciting.
Community changes us. Environment matters. Not just for our patients. But our associates feel it too. The details matter. Our values pave everything from our Golden Hour to our Build Me Up program to our Culinary care: warmth, access, discovery, performance driven, connection, accountability and transparency. We make life fun!! Community is the best picture of how much we need one another.
D'Amore Healthcare tends to the details in our standard of care. Patients and staff enjoy Trudy's thick cookies three times a week. No matter what chronic illness it is, the goal is to help patients progress one mm at a time, one cell at a time. The warmth of staff who care looks like everything from a medication time with education and support to a mid-day cookie that lifts the spirts as everyone gathers around the chef in the kitchen. There is a story behind the details at D'Amore Healthcare because the founders have a personal touch on patient safety, comfort and success.
Simple comforts lead to big change when we rally together around chronic and debilitating illnesses like addiction, anxiety, psychosis or depression.
D’AMORE IS ITALIAN FOR “OF LOVE”.
D’Amore Healthcare means LOVE. Because we believe in goodness, love and heart and soul. The primary objective of the D’Amore Healthcare employment screening process is to search high and low for individuals passionate about a culture of warmth and connection. Open communication, compassion and remaining a student of our patients, help us define a customized treatment program that delivers on the most amazing personal service we provide.
We want to learn about the gifts, talents and needs each team member has to build up the strongest, most joyful cheering sections for patietns who face mental illness and addiction.
Our mission: To change the world by inspiring self-care in staff and patients.
Our two annual Christmas parties give everyone, including the Chief Financial Officer, a time to laugh and enjoy the simple things in life. Prizes, cash bonuses, and yes, singing. We can't take ourselves too seriously. The fact is the only way we do what we do is through the power of team. Gathering together helps us center on our Company values: warmth, access, discovery, performance driven, connection, accountability. transparency.
Every event, compassion fatigue releif, professional growth, or cheering on a team member who is speaking, all of it, we find ways to work together and stick together. Treating mental health takes a determined, humble, merciful person. We love our Team!
I worked at D'Amore Healthcare full-time (Less than a year)
D'Amore is a top notch mental health treatment facility with incredible people. The clinical team is amazing and was a pleasure working with.
None that I saw while I worked there
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at D'Amore Healthcare (Huntington Beach, CA) in August 2019.
You have your first interview with someone from HR at their main office. You discuss the job details and scenarios that have happened to workers in the past. You'll talk about what you would do. Some role playing may happen and you'll talk about the next steps of the following interview. If you get asked to come back you'll talk to the CEO and understand more about the company transitioning into more intense psychiatric care rather than substance abuse. They will tell you situations they have been in with clients and ask how you would react. They'll talk about team work and self care since this job is very high stress. They'll ask you how you would run a group when one person is actively in psychosis and experiencing auditory and visual hallucinations. How would you address their outbursts and how would this become a learning moment for the group? They only want people they know can handle high stress situations with adults, other experience with children and adolescents is nice but not the same as adults.