Great place to work! Main office building is easy to access and everyone that works there is friendly and helpful. They often are very involved in community events and engaging with the public. They hire strong staff and really try to get part time employee involvement, which is a nice change.
JHS is a good place for students wanting to explore a profession in community engagement, addictions, and working with vulnerable members in society to include those who may have had contact with the justice system.
Working at the halfway house was fun. I met some good casual co-workers there and that I enjoyed them. The permanent staff were quite crabby most of the time and very unprofessional with each other often. My immediate supervisor was fantastic and couldn't ask for better support. The manager of the house was good however I had very little interaction with them due to my shift work but I would still rate her highly. Not much was done in the way of discipline when needed, but overall I enjoyed myself.
Working with the young men who were coming out of jail and dealing with their addiction issues was interesting. The staff and the young men worked well together in the joint goal of teaching independence.