This month we spotlight our behavioral health division’s Evidence Based Practice (EBP) Supported Employment program – EBSE for short! This program supports individuals who experience severe mental illness in their efforts to achieve steady employment in mainstream, competitive jobs.Continue reading "Program Spotlight: Evidence Based Supported Employment"
Happy Direct Support Professionals Recognition week! We would like to recognize and thank all of our direct care staff.Continue reading "Happy Direct Support Professionals Recognition Week!"
Join us for a FREE six-week workshop designed for clients and caregivers – on health, wellness, and living well.Continue reading "FREE Living Well Workshop"
Join us for a FREE professional training on Mental Health First Aid. Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour course that teaches you how to help someone who may be experiencing a mental health or substance use challenge.Continue reading "FREE Mental Health First Aid Training"
This month we spotlight our Developmental Disabilities Customized Employment Program which provides vocational training and employment services to our developmental disabilities clients.Continue reading "Program Spotlight: Customized Employment"
Our developmental disabilities client David Hodges celebrated his 30 year anniversary at The Outer Office this month, where he started working in May 1988 as a clerk.Continue reading "David Hodges Celebrates 30th Employment Anniversary"
We were thrilled to participate in the Horizon Foundation’s 2nd ever Mental Health Film Festival this month – where our CEO Henry Posko provided opening statements.Continue reading "Horizon Foundation’s 2018 Mental Health Film Festival"
Clients and staff had an amazing time at our Behavioral Health division’s arts and crafts festival this Spring – creating, showcasing, and selling their art.Continue reading "Arts and Crafts Fair"
Humanim’s Student Career Choices program utilizes both a classroom and contextual training model to equip high school students who possess a wide range of disabilities and learning styles, with the skills, knowledge and experience necessary to prepare for competitive, integrated employment.Continue reading "New Program: Student Career Choices"