Mission: Our mission is to provide person-centered integrated primary care and behavioral health services to those individuals impaired with mental illness, substance use or co-occurring disorders using evidence-based practices in the most humane manner possible. We provide a wide ...
Let’s talk about the power of speaking up.
The MN Science Museum has a groundbreaking exhibition which aims to build a greater understanding of the importance of mental health and create a safe space for important conversations about mental illness. Hands-on experiences throughout the Mental Health: Mind Matters exhibit bring you closer to the facts, feelings, and issues surrounding this topic that touches so many of our lives. This exhibit will open 5/4/2018.
March 15th - Mental Health Day at the Capitol
Every year mental health advocates from across the state come to St. Paul to raise their voices and advocate for the policies that will improve the lives of people with mental illnesses. Show your support! Join us and NAMI to make your voice heard!
We are committed to hiring professionals who strive to make a difference, and those who feel at home in a culture that is welcoming, understanding, and employee-driven.
RADIAS Health is not just a place of work—it’s a place where our employees are passionate about our mission to serve others. We are an employer that strives to support all areas of our employees’ lives through work/life balance, generous benefits, clinical trainings, and professional development. At RADIAS Health our employees thoughts and opinions matter, we continually strive to listen and drive change based on what our employees need to lead a successful and fulfilling career.
At RADIAS Health, we believe employee benefits are a top priority. We offer comprehensive benefits to our employee, because at the core of our mission is the improvement of the lives we touch. Our belief is that benefits pay dividends, and the more tangible and intangible benefits we can give our employees, the more likely we are to succeed as a whole.
I have been working at RADIAS Health full-time (More than 5 years)
Co-workers and supervisors offer a wealth of knowledge and support. They truly want to see you grow as a professional.
The con of working in a non-profit in the mental health field is burnout. This is not limited to this company but the field in general. You have to have a passion for working with the population served and understand the barriers you may face are the same as the clients.
I applied through other source. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at RADIAS Health.
phone screening with recruiter
interview with recruiter and program director-possibly associate director too
second interview with addition of team psychiatrist. shorter interview mainly questions from psych about staffing dynamics
orientations are usually twice a month. management gets management training roughly a month in
Pay Equality Pledge
Committed to paying equitably for equal work & experience
Career Advancement Program
Helping employees "upskill" into higher-paying positions
Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce
Pledge to Thrive
Taking steps to prioritize employee well-being