Certified Best Christian Workplace 2020

by | Mar 12, 2020 | Communications, Team

Celebrate with us! For the fourth straight year, Encompass Christian Counseling and our family of ministries is once again a Best Christian Workplace, Certified for 2020!

“It is very gratifying to work at a place that is making an eternal impact in the lives of those we serve,” said Kevin Hewitt, president and CEO. “We continue to work hard to develop a culture that allows each staff member to grow personally, professionally and spiritually.”

Learn more about this recognition and the survey behind it.

Encompass and our family of ministries is a staff of more than 150 individuals serving in four distinct ministry areas: children’s residential center, foster care, outpatient mental health and administration. For more information about putting your faith in action at work, visit ccho.org/jobs.

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