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Bright Beginnings average salary is $42,702, median salary is $42,702 with a salary range from $42,702 to $42,702.
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Substance Abuse Counselor 42,702-42,702 Corvallis, OR, 97330 2015 Bright Beginnings Substance Abuse Counselor Salaries (1)
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  • Industry: Other
  • City: Washington Dc, DC
  • Since 1991, Bright Beginnings has been a leading authority on the special needs of children and families living in homeless environments. By providing a safe, nurturing, therapeutic learning environment, Bright Beginnings prepares children to reach developmentally appropriate milestones and to enter kindergarten prepared for success. Our team of social workers and family service professionals also supports parents to rebuild their lives and provide a more stable home life for their children. Each year our team of teachers, social workers, family service workers and administrators serves more than 186 children from 150 of the District's most vulnerable families. The following postings