We want to thank our direct care staff for being everyday heroes, and for their commitment and service to Humanim’s mission.Continue reading "Honoring Humanim’s Frontline Heroes"
May is #MentalHealthMonth! Mental Health Month is about raising awareness of mental health, fighting stigma, educating the broader public, and advocating to support people with mental illness and their families.Continue reading "May is Mental Health Month"
Humanim’s Behavioral Health Department held its first Client Winter Formal last week! The evening was filled with dancing, a professional DJ, hors d’oeuvres, and more!Continue reading "Humanim’s Behavioral Health Department Holds Client Winter Formal"
Humanim’s Community Integration Committee is seeking donations of formal attire for individuals to use when attending our winter formal event.Continue reading "Winter Formal Clothing Drive"
In 2019 – together, with your support – we helped over 4,000 individuals make significant strides along their personal pathways to independence and employment. We wanted to share again, just a few of those stories.Continue reading "The Stories You Helped Write in 2019"
Program Spotlight: This month we spotlight our Psychiatric Rehabilitation Day Program – which is part of our Behavioral Health Dept!Continue reading "December Program Spotlight: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Day Program"
As we reflect on 2019, we are reminded of how truly grateful we are for your partnership. Here are a few of the ways we made strides in our mission to build pathways to economic equity, opportunity and independence this year.Continue reading "2019 Year in Review"
Last month, our Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program hosted a two-hour cooking class where staff taught individuals how to make a few Thanksgiving staples!Continue reading "Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program Hosts Thanksgiving Cooking Class"
Our Behavioral Health department recently held a Naloxone/Narcan training, provided by the Howard County Health Department.Continue reading "Behavioral Health Department Holds Naloxone/Narcan Training"