Life at Springstone
Changing People’s Lives.® Together.
At Springstone, we are committed to changing the lives of our patients and the lives of our employees. We offer enrichment opportunities to learn, develop and grow as a healthcare professional
We serve as compassionate healers for those suffering from mental illness and/or addiction.
We respect patients, families, co-workers, and our communities.
We deliver quality services as defined by nationally recognized metrics and outcome measures.
We strive for continuous improvement in all that we do.
Diversity and Inclusion Pledge
At Springstone, we not only value diversity, we depend on it! People are central to who we are and what we do. A diverse team is a stronger, more capable one, enabling us to better care for the diverse populations we are privileged to serve. We are committed to an inclusive environment that promotes growth, compassion and new ideas where team members are encouraged to bring the entirety of who they are, including cultural knowledge and a productive voice of change, to their work environment. We are dedicated to fostering cultural awareness where each individual’s unique background and experience is worthy of appreciation and respect. Our mission of Changing People’s Lives® not only applies to our patients, families and the communities we serve, but also to our diverse team of employees!
“I started my career at Springstone in housekeeping, moved to dietary, and then became a PCA I and now I am a PCA II. I like helping others, Springstone is a great place to work, it is family-oriented, you are able to share and help others find the light.”
– Tasheka W., PCA II
“I started as a PCA II in 2017 and now I am a PCA III. At Springstone you see some of every culture working here, there is diversity from leadership through the PCAs, it’s everywhere. Springstone is amazing, diverse and I like that you can be promoted from within and there are many opportunities for training here as well.”
- Yolanda H., PCA III
“I joined Springstone as a Human Resources Manager, and was promoted to Human Resources Director in 2020. The people that are here make it a really good place to work. The facility and corporate leadership teams are very supportive of the facility staff. The environment and how we treat the employees makes a difference – they are our main focus at the end of the day. We can’t fully serve our patients if we don’t support and encourage our employees.”
- Karina M., Human Resources Director
Ashley S., Nurse Manager and Infection Control Nurse, was recently the recipient of the “2020 Heroes in Healthcare Women of Excellence” award. Ashley has worked tirelessly to train staff on appropriate use of PPE, signs and symptoms, policy updates and treatment of Coronavirus in the vulnerable population of mental health and addiction patients. She is a great team player who has made working at Springstone feel safe during a time of uncertainty.”
- Ashley S., Nurse Manager and Infection Control Nurse
"As a healthcare worker, my job is to help people in crisis even under challenging circumstances… It’s our mission to change the lives of our patients in a positive way – especially now.”
- Springstone Nurse Manager, Kara M., BSN, RN
Celebrating Nurses Day
We Celebrate. Together.
At Springstone we celebrate and show appreciation to our employees for their commitment to providing high quality care to our patients and for the meaningful work they perform each and everyday.