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Intermountain Centers Overview

Tucson, AZ
201 to 500 employees
1973
Nonprofit Organization
Social Assistance
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
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Intermountain is licensed by the State of Arizona to provide many services for the State’s at-risk populations in group homes, foster homes, and independent living settings. Serving over 3,000 individuals each year in Arizona, the approximately 350 staff members (most ... Read more

Mission: Intermountain Centers provides the highest quality, evidence-based human services to facilitate self-sufficiency for individuals in their own communities and cultural contexts. Intermountain strives to be a model for human service organizations.

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    Pros

    There are a lot of training opportunities in clinical models. The work schedules in my job are flexible. For people good at maintaining their schedule and the expectations, there are a lot of opportunities to keep a work life balance. The work we do is so important to the community. I enjoy my coworkers and feel like I get solid direction and support from my supervisor.

    Cons

    Working in the behavioral health system can be difficult. The environment is fast paced and some of my coworkers struggle with setting their own schedule and meeting the demands of the job. The behavioral health system keeps changing and it requires adjustments at Intermountain and it can be hard to be flexible to the changes.

    Advice to Management

    Keep investing in training. Consider a training caseload management (some of the staff are great at this and could help training and putting it together) to assist the staff who are having a hard time prioritizing and juggling.

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