Turning Leaf to begin operating Scottville group home, hiring.

May 28, 2019

Turning Leaf to begin operating Scottville group home, hiring.

SCOTTVILLE — In October 2018, West Michigan Community Mental Health selected Turning Leaf Behavioral Health Services to operate the specialized residential group home located at 309 E. James Street. Since that time, Turning Leaf has taken ownership of the home, completed renovations, and is ready to begin operations in June 2019.  The name of the home is now White Pine Cottage. The home is licensed to serve six adults with developmental disabilities and/or autism spectrum disorder. 

While this is Turning Leaf’s first program located in Mason County, Turning Leaf is not new to behavioral health residential services. Founded in 1995, headquartered in Lansing, Turning Leaf is a CARF-Accredited behavioral health service provider operating 18 residential programs across the state of Michigan and employing over 200 employees. 

Turning Leaf is currently conducting interviews and is ready to hire up to 20 direct support professionals for this Scottville home. A direct support professional provides safety, supervision, medication administration, and assists with activities of daily living. The ideal candidate needs to be 18-years-old or older, will have a high school diploma/GED, can pass a criminal background check, pass a physical/drug screen, and has a valid driver’s license. The DSP must be dependable, have a willingness to learn and develop oneself, and have the ability to come up with creative ways to solve problems. Since the home is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 day, all shifts are being hired.

 For more information or to apply:

www.turningleafrehab.com click in Current Opportunities 
Or phone 800-777-2918


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