FY 2011 Annual Report
A non-for-profit parent company of Applewood Centers, Bellefaire, and Monarch Teaching Technologies.
Do you like to help children and families and feel part of the Solution?
Applewood Centers fosters Solutions for children, youth and families.
Applewood Centers is looking for you! We are looking for a qualified After School Group Counseling Manager to provide responsible leadership for staff and program development. Key responsibilities include clinical supervision and training of staff; ensure program compliance, oversee transportation, monitor productivity, and client enrollment and success; as well as manage marketing, financial oversight of the program.
At Applewood we value our employees and their commitment to our mission and offer competitive benefits such as:
A competitive salary, generous paid time off, medical and dental insurance, 403(b), life insurance, long term disability as well as a friendly and caring work environment.
Our vision statement: Applewood Centers is a leader in improving the lives of children in Ohio by providing high quality behavioral healthcare and out-of-home services for children and their families.
Our commitment is to:
- Deliver high quality, results focused programs and services
- Ensure the agency’s long-term economic viability
- Develop a diverse team of skilled professionals
- Build on over 175 years of excellence in service
- Serve a diverse population reflective of our community
- Monitor and ensure desired outcomes for children
- Employ training and technology to best support excellent service
- Embrace our core values in all we do.
Our comprehensive benefits package includes:
- 15 to 25 days of Paid Time Off (PTO) per year depending on position
- 12 days of Extended Illness Bank time per year
- 10 holidays per year
- Medical insurance
- Dental insurance
- Paid life insurance
- Paid long-term disability
Solutions for Children, Youth and Families
Applewood Centers is a private, non-profit agency which provides behavioral health services for children and youth from birth to age 21 and their families.
Applewood offers many programs to help children and teens who are struggling with issues such as depression, anxiety, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, have suffered from trauma or abuse, or are having behavioral difficulties at home or in school. Services include: counseling; psychological testing and assessment; psychiatry; foster care; residential services; and the Eleanor Gerson School Programs; two schools offering an alternative education experience for students. Applewood has on its staff full-time child and adolescent psychiatrists and nurses.
Applewood is the result of the merging of four child-serving agencies with the oldest, the Children’s Aid Society, having its start in 1832.
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The Connecticut School Shootings: Helping Children Cope
We at Applewood Centers, Inc. send our condolences and our support to the families. We recognize that children and families in our community might need help in coping with their reaction to the widespread news reporting on the incident. Click here for sources of information.