This insightful WBEZ segment features a ride-along with our QMHP Mobile Crisis Responder, Randy Sadler.
“Every day in Illinois, specialists like Sadler are called into schools, hospitals and homes to make these heart-wrenching decisions. They’re on the front lines of the state’s mental health crisis among children. It’s been simmering for years, but was supercharged by the COVID-19 pandemic.”
– Nestor Flores, Vice President of Behavioral Health and Clinical Services at Ada S. McKinley
Interested in joining this effort to make mental health a priority in our communities?
Ada S. McKinley’s Behavioral Health & Clinical Services team is looking for qualified applicants/candidates to become a part of our Pathways to Success program. Our recruiting efforts target mental health professionals who live in the communities served, and who can view patients’ challenges through a trauma-informed and culturally sensitive lens.
We are offering sign-on bonuses, licensure exam reimbursement, and other benefits as we fill multiple positions.
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