Buffalo Business First’s “Best Places to Work”

Buffalo, NY (April 11, 2019)

Spectrum Health and Human Services, a private, non-profit community mental health organization, was recognized today as a finalist in Buffalo’s Best Place to Work for 2019 (Xlarge category, 250+ employees). Spectrum is known as one of the most effective behavioral healthcare providers in Western New York. Based on employee surveys, Spectrum was recognized as a finalist in the annual Best Places to Work awards.

Buffalo Business First’s ranking is conducted in partnership with Quantum Workplace, an independent workplace survey, and employee feedback company, to determine the Best Places to Work in Western New York. As part of the process, employees were asked to complete a confidential survey about their workplace, and companies were only considered for the ranking if 85 percent or more of their employees provided feedback.

Considering ⅓ of Spectrum’s employees are a recent addition to the team; and span throughout several locations across WNY, it is an honor for them to think so highly of their workplace from the get-go.

For Spectrum, a rapidly growing organization that is focused on the health of the community and bringing real help from real people, who really care; it is encouraging to see the team that makes it all possible truly value their work.

About Spectrum

As an agency, Spectrum has assisted thousands of people in their recovery process from mental illness and/or substance abuse for over 45 years and will continue to do so for many years to come.

Spectrum is funded by the Erie County Department of Mental Health (ECDMH), Wyoming County Mental Health Department, New York State Office of Mental Health (NYSOMH), and the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYSOASAS), and is recognized by all as one of the outstanding Human Service agencies in Western New York. Spectrum provides the highest quality services possible to a diversified clientele. Each year, clients express their satisfaction and gratitude for the new skills, understanding, and sense of empowerment they have gained, enabling them to manage their lives more effectively.