With a diverse mix of long-tenured employees and new employees, a job at Aunt Martha’s is a career with purpose and making an impact in your community and beyond.
As an Integrated Health Home (IHH), we focus on increasing access to health and wellness services to everyone in the 565 communities we serve.
We strive to develop better ways to improve the future of community healthcare. By focusing on evidence-based practices and data, we create value that can be experienced throughout our services.
Each member of our team is a member of the communities we serve. Our mix of tenured staff and new staff proves that a career at Aunt Martha’s is full of growth and opportunity.
Are You 18 Years or Older and Unemployed?
You can help rebuild communities impacted by COVID-19 with Aunt Martha’s! Participants receive a WEEKLY STIPEND of $400 for 20 hours of work experience/participation.
Aunt Martha’s COMMUNITY BUILDERS is a service that helps rebuild small businesses impacted by COVID-19. Participants will assist with clean-up and daily activities that help restore normal business operations. Remote working is not guaranteed, but may be available.
Meagan Washington Sims is the Manager of the Adolescent Girls Unit of Aunt Martha’s Health and Wellness’ Interim Care Center. Meagan’s service and work at Aunt Martha’s is personal as Aunt Martha’s was originally her foster care agency when she was a child until she was adopted by her great-grandmother at the age of 11. Through her life’s work, Meagan aspires to empower individuals to overcome life’s trials and travail toward greatness despite their circumstances.
Integrate With Quality Leaders
Aunt Martha’s Health & Wellness has been Joint Commission Approved since 1997 and received 5 HRSA Quality Awards in 2018.