It does not matter which facility you are sending your cover letter, research is very important.
This research involves finding out what the organization has been doing and where it stands in the industry, and, of course finding out the name of the person you are addressing your cover letter to.
Remember, never send a Mental Health Assistant’s cover letter without addressing the hiring manager by name. Research the prospective company and spent enough time to prepare your job application.
Related: Mental Health Assistant Resume
12 Some Hills Road
Nipomo, CA 82752
September 8, 2016
Ms. Annette White
1 Rome Place
Nipomo, CA 54343
Dear Ms. White:
With hands on experience in mental health assistance and a solid educational background to complement my experience, I deem myself a perfect fit for Mental Health Assistant position at We Care.
I am committed to help people live a normal life. I strived hard to assist people with mental illnesses through my voluntary work at asylums and other facilities. Moreover, I have the tact and patience along with a positive attitude that would help me assisting mental health patients effectively.
My core skills include; carrying out physical examination of patients to determine unusual behavior, recording this information for the doctor’s review and devising and implementing activities that help patients with distraction and interactivity.
Please refer to the enclosed resume which will further make evident why I consider myself a suitable candidate for this job. I will follow up on this application by calling your office after the weekend. If you need any additional information in the interim, I will be available at (000) 966-5241.
Thank you for your time and consideration.