Coast Mental Health
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Coast Mental Health Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $5m to $30m (CAD)
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  • Link
    Coast Mental Health website
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Community Mental Health Worker in Vancouver, BC
on 13 December 2020
Poor management
A lot of favouritism. Upper management is not very friendly. Director is very rude. If you just dress cute and keep your mouth shut you will be fine. If you are raw and passionate you will not be met with kindness.Some people are qualified in paper and get the job, then sit and do not support the team.
Mental Health Worker in Vancouver, BC
on 13 June 2022
Good people, good work, but can feel unsafe at times
I consider CMH to be a good employer, with a healthy and enjoyable work culture, work/life balance and good people, and daytime shifts were mostly fairly relaxed and enjoyable. For overnight shifts, maybe it’s dependent on the location you work but I know I only ever worked alone overnights in residences with a large amount of clients and no building security or other staff present between 10pm-6/7am. It felt unsafe at times and would have felt more comfortable particularly as a woman having another person somewhere in the building, even if just security. I’m not sure if this has changed since and if security is now required but this was my experience back then.
Support Worker in Coquitlam, BC
on 1 November 2021
Do not work here
Some of the worst management I have ever seen. Unhealthy working environment with leaders that are not qualified for their positions. If you are considering working here, I strongly recommend you look elsewhere.
Community Mental Health Worker in Vancouver, BC
on 4 September 2021
Toxic Work Environment
Managers don’t care about you unless you are are willing to gossip or overwork yourself or both. The clients and most coworkers are good. But if clients notice that management don’t like you the clients can become difficult/ aggressive and management will brush it off or not even acknowledge it. If you witness/ experience a traumatic incident, get ready to advocate for yourself because the managers will literally avoid you. It’s not the type of organization you work for past 1 year willingly.
CMHW in Maple Ridge, BC
on 17 July 2021
Great learning opportunity
This is a great learning experience for those who want to learn to practice their boundaries. Learn to say no to you manager because you will be asked to do anything from progress noting an incident you weren’t involved in, to driving a client regardless if you have insurance for it. Paperwork is their only concern. Get use to making client plans for handing out a bandaid. And avoid if you’re pregnant or planning to get pregnant cause the likelihood of you getting intoxicated cause a client is smoking in your face/space is HIGH!!

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