PRS was named for the 12th time to The NonProfit Times national list of 50 Best Places to Work, jumping up 11 spots in the rankings from last year. PRS is a nonprofit that helps individuals who live with serious behavioral health issues or that are in crisis. According to NPT, 2022’s 50 Best distinguished themselves in the areas of culture and communication, compensation and benefits, and leadership.
“Employees are our super power and best investment. During a time in history that so many need our services, having quality, committed employees is essential to save and change lives,” said Joseph Getch, CEO, PRS.
PRS was ranked 32nd among all nonprofits surveyed and 13th among medium sized employers. PRS has 148 employees that work at its Oakton headquarters and throughout the nation. PRS offers a work environment that fosters teamwork, professional growth, and work-life balance. It’s a culture where employees enjoy coming to work, are accountable and can excel in the services they provide. The organization provides supported resources and training for continued learning and growth, a competitive industry-related salary, and an excellent benefits program.
Created in 2010 by The NonProfit Times — the leading national publication for nonprofit managers — and Best Companies Group, Inc., this nationwide survey and awards program honors the best employers in the nonprofit sector.
More about PRSPRS is a nonprofit helping those living with serious mental health issues and anyone who faces life crises achieve independence and self-sufficiency. PRS provides people they serve with skill training and support to help them recover and rebuild their lives through programs such as: Recovery Academy Day Programs and Community Readiness Support Program, Community Support Services, Employment Services, Peer Support Services, Community Housing, Coordinated Specialty Care and CrisisLink—a 24/7 phone, text and chat hotline. www.prsinc.org. For 24/7 support from CrisisLink, call 1-800-273-TALK. For 24/7 chat support, visit https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat