4269 Pearl Road Cleveland Ohio 44109
Company Type: Non-profit
Number of Employees: 122
% of Young Professional Employees: 30%
How would you describe your culture?
Our mission is to help people triumph over mental illness, alcoholism, drug, and other addictions.
What are your key values?
Addiction and mental health challenges can affect anyone. Approximately 1,100 college freshmen will complete suicide this year; the majority as the result of untreated depression.
- Approximately 1 in 4 high school and college students report binge drinking at least once a month.
- Heroin has become an epidemic in Northeast Ohio- in 2014, 2,347 people in Ohio died from heroin overdose, making it the second in drug overdose in the U.S.
- Mental illness strikes 1 in 4 Americans, and young adults are the most vulnerable to its onset.
- We predict that 2-5% of people who engage in online gaming and other gambling activity will develop problem gambling behavior.
At Recovery Resources, providing comprehensive behavioral health care is our passion and we work tirelessly with those we serve and our community partners to make this goal a reality, but we can’t do it without your help.
- 2 floating holidays
- 13 paid holidays/year
- Generous paid time off, beginning at 15 days/year
- Health/dental/vision insurance options
- Company paid life insurance and AD&D policies
- Voluntary short-term and long-term disability insurance contributions
- Voluntary flexible and daycare spending account contributions
Voluntary 403b retirement plan with agency contributions
Eligibility for Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
Free CEUs through Recovery Resources’ Training Institute (www.recres.org/trainings)
Employee assistance program (EAP) through MetroHealth
Supervision for independent licensure is available to master level candidates
Opportunity to join staff-led planning committees for staff events
What types of positions do you typically hire young professionals for?
Nurses, case managers, peer supports, clinicians, human resources coordinators, grant writers, client care coordinators, physicians, job coaches, employment specialists, housing specialists, prevention specialists, gambling specialists, trainers
What qualities do you look for in a candidate?
Someone who is empathetic and cares about people struggling with mental illness, drugs, alcohol, and other addictions.
What benefits do you offer to attract Young Professionals?
Wellness Committee to help plan events for staff (to join after 90 days) 2 floating holidays, 13 paid holidays per year, generous pto starting at 15 days/year, health/dental/vision insurance options, life and short-term disability insurance options, flexible and daycare spending accounts, tuition reimbursement, eligibility for Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program, free continuing education courses, employee assistance program (EAP) through MetroHealth, supervision for independent licensure available to master level candidates
Do you have volunteering or other civic engagement opportunities. If so, please describe.
Our largest way for young professionals to get involved is through our Associate Board. It is a once-a-month meeting commitment and it allows for you to get as involved in our organization as you want.
Anything else that you would like to share about your company that would be beneficial for young and emerging professionals to know?
This is a fantastic place to start your career in behavioral health!
DO you have any educational programs or opportunities that young professionals could benefit from?
The Training Institute: https://www.recres.org/Trainings