LifeSkills employs more then 450 professional staff, with wide range of education and work experience. From Accountants to Caregivers to Administrative Assistants to Therapist… LifeSkills attracts a variety of employees that is diverse. All of our employees are driven by one common purpose, our company Mission and Shared Values.
What is LifeSkills?
LifeSkills has been south-central Kentucky’s premier provider of mental health, substance abuse and developmental disabilities services for over 40 years. LifeSkills provides services in 10 counties to more than 12,000 people annually.
LifeSkills offers services in three main areas:
- Mental Health – We offer a wide range of mental health services and therapy. Includes individual, group and family counseling. Our team of professionals include administrative support personnel, para-professionals, case managers, therapist, and psychiatrists.
- Substance Abuse- We offer recovery and treatment options to individuals affected by drug and alcohol problems. Includes inpatient and outpatient treatment options.
- Developmental Disabilities- We support individuals with developmental disabilities using a team approach that partners with individuals and their families to assist them in developing support plans to meet their needs.
Making a Difference Starts with Our People
To make a difference in the lives of others at LifeSkills, you have to have possess certain characteristics. Compassion, understanding, patience and determination are some of the characteristics we desire in all of our employees.
Employees choose careers at LifeSkills for many reasons. Time and time again through employee surveys, we have learned that people enjoying working for LifeSkills because the work is meaningful, they know they have made a difference in the lives of others. At the end of the day, it’s much more than a paycheck. LifeSkills provides meaningful work with an important mission, all in a great work atmosphere.
Our people are the reason LifeSkills is able to positively impact the lives of thousands each year in our communities. Do you have what it takes to make a difference?