What to Expect

We understand that you may be new to the field or you may have a long career in behavioral health.  We have put together some basic information about what to expect with many of our positions.



Professional Development

We provide continuous professional development:


  • Clinical and professional skills
  • Licensure supervision (LICSW, LPC)
  • Leadership/management skills
  • Growth opportunities
  • CEU Training Opportunities

Benefits and Perks

Our benefits package for full-time staff includes:


  • Medical/Dental/Vision
  • Alabama State Retirement
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Employee Discounts
  • MDLIVE - 24/7/365 Doctor Access


We believe people can and do learn to manage mental illness:


  • Helping people get care they need
  • Teaching people about their illness
  • Helping people reach treatment goals
  • Educating patients about their medications

Direct Care

Direct care workers (DCWs) provide hands-on, generally inpatient settings for patients, including older adults, patients with chronic diseases, and others who require regular direct care help.

Click here to watch a general video about this position.Courtesy / Credit: New York Office for People With Developmental Disabilities



Case Managers

Caseworkers provide social services to adults, children and families. They work with their clients to connect them with government resources and services. They may work with parents, teachers and others. In schools, they may address behavioral problems, poor attendance or drug use.




Nurses provide hands-on, generally a inpatient settings,  in-home, or clinic services for patients; these patients may include older adults, patients with chronic diseases, and others who require regular nursing help.