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Arden Shore average salary is $35,801, median salary is $36,602 with a salary range from $30,000 to $40,000.
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Mental Health Counselor 30,000-40,000 Vernon Hills, IL, 60061 2010 Arden Shore Mental Health Counselor Salaries (4)
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  • Arden Shore
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Vernon Hills, IL
  • Arden Shore provides 24-hour bilingual therapeutic care to children 5 to 15 years old that have emotional and/or behavioral issues in its Waukegan Group Home. Typically, these children have had a number of foster home placements and/or psychiatric hospitalizations and are in need of more intensive diagnostic assessment to determine their long-term treatment and placement needs. During the child's stay in the program, Arden Shore staff provides a nurturing environment meeting each child's emotional and attachment needs. Services focus on the completion of a comprehensive assessment of the child, the provision of services indicated in the child's treatment plan, and