The nation needs to add 70,000 providers (10,000 to each of 7 mental healthcare professions) by 2025 to meet the expected growing demand for Mental Health Counselors.HHS Health Resources & Services Administration, 2016
Empowered Partnerships is an exceptional organization with a mission and skillset that is unique and essential for success in the recruitment and hiring of passionate and talented employees for the healthcare industry. EP's commitment to its mission includes robust advocacy to help mental health community-based orgs develop the skills to practice what they preach when it comes to their employees/hiring practices.
Even after not getting the job I really wanted, I am grateful for Empowered Partnerships time and attention. I will definitely be working with them in the future!
I have been so appreciative of Empowered Partnerships for helping me understand how my resume represents me to the world. Their advice was critical.
Its rare to find a company that really challenges their client to think creatively about how we are employing and hiring professionals. Keep up the good work!
EP challenged our team to think outside-the-box about how we were hiring. I cannot tell you how much I appreciated the honest representation!
Empowered Partnerships was a breath of fresh air! We will definitely work with them again when we need more bulk hiring and additional attention to our processes!
Working with Empowered Partnerships was a breeze! From the first interview to the last step in the process, they communicated with me and helped me feel comfortable and supported the entire way! Couldn’t have gained my new role without them!
The Mental Health Equality in the Workplace Campaign of the Colorado Mental Wellness Network is designed to help workplaces ensure that employees feel safe getting care whether it's for the ``back or the brain``. This campaign is a win win -- helping a company's bottom-line by helping employees to get and stay well. In the short time since it's launch, we've signed up over a dozen companies -- one with 1500 employees -- because companies want to get better at normalizing mental health care as part of whole health so their employees and their families get and stay well.
- Pat Bluemthal