We’re passionate about the work we do and its importance in the community, and know that the biggest part of continuing our impact is working with people who feel the same way and are equally as passionate. If this sounds like you, take a look at our professional internship and career opportunities.
The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester offers a comprehensive array of benefits, including extensive in-house training, leave time, and tuition assistance, as well as health, disability, and life insurances. The following is a summary of the many benefits we offer employees:
- Personal Time Off
- Paid Holidays
- 403(b) Retirement Plan
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Growth and Advancement Opportunities
- Short- and Long-term Disability
- Life Insurance
- Flexible Spending Accounts for Medical and Dependent Care
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The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester values diversity, equity and inclusion. Our DEI initiatives and beliefs are integrated in our culture, trainings, events and policies.
DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION
The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester (MHCGM) recently reinstated its commitment to its DEI initiative which encompasses the issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). More than 20 years ago, The Center began a journey to offer culturally effective care and create a more welcoming environment for those of varied backgrounds and experiences. To achieve this aspirational goal, an internal action plan was developed which included education and training, along with outreach to minority or marginalized communities.
The DEI renewal efforts at MHCGM will build upon past successes, and update best practices. Implementation plans included an organizational assessment, foundational and leadership training, and the development of a roadmap for the future. ‘As a result of this effort, we can expect to gain new skills and knowledge that will serve us well in working together and serving our community in alignment with our guiding values and principles.” said MHCGM President and CEO Patricia Carty.
In addition, MHCGM was selected, by The National Council on Mental Wellbeing, as one of 37 organizations from 24 states, to participate in a Project Echo focused on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, with MHCGM being the only NH mental health center to participate. Project Echo is a six-session/six-month-long program that offers MHCGM an opportunity to engage with other healthcare provider organizations through didactic and case presentations on issues related to health equity and integrated care.