When I worked there, I was at first a case manager for 2 years, they did the same thing back then about 8 yrs ago. I was driving over 1000 miles a week over an hour away from the office, I had 3 crisis care cases going on in 3 different towns and was written up because I didn't come in to drop off paperwork. We also had a NO OT requirement along with having to do 21 visitis a week, plus meetings and usual other stuff. I even drew them a map of my area and tried to explain that it could not be done with the miles I had to drive. They flat out told me "we do not care how many miles you have to drive". Then I asked them to prioritize which was the most important one, because all of their requirements were impossible to meet. They didn't like that! Anyway, I shortly applied to be one of the On Call nurses and ended up staying 4 more years, it just got worse, It was a revolving door for the nurses.