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BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

Serving the hearts and minds of our community!

Work in a field that changes people’s lives.

Working in the behavioral health field provides opportunities to give others life-changing support.

42,426
Average Annual Low Wage Healthcare Income
130,770
Average Annual High Wage Healthcare Income

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Explore Behavioral Health Occupations

The following Occupation categories and Wage Ranges are generally dependent on education degree, training, and experience.
Higher levels of education and experience will increase competitiveness in attaining both jobs and higher wages.

What Behavioral Health Careers Offer

Career Stability

Opportunities to learn with promotions in behavioral health careers occur often.  Demand is high and continues to grow.

Jobs at All Levels

Behavioral health professionals serve a variety of individuals including public and private practices.  Work in the community is greatly needed for government, social service organizations, and schools serving children, adults, and families.

Personal Impact

On a day-to-day basis, the work of behavioral health professionals impacts people’s lives in truly significant ways.

Diverse Environments

Behavioral Health offers a broad range of working environments including schools, clinics, hospitals, elder care facilities, and the homes of those in need.

Why A Behavioral Health Career?

 

Check out our local Behavioral Health employers

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Who’s hiring?

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