Meet Bill Stanley, our Director of Developmental Disabilities Services.Continue reading "Humans of Humanim: Meet Bill"
Humanim was honored to receive the 2023 Non-Profit of the Year award from the Harford County Chamber of Commerce Tuesday night.Continue reading "Humanim Named “Non-Profit of the Year” by the Harford County Chamber of Commerce"
October 10 is World Mental Health Day. This year’s theme, “Mental health is a universal human right” is an opportunity for all of us to come together to improve knowledge, raise awareness, and drive actions that promote and protect everyone’s mental health as a universal human right.Continue reading "Meet Zachary"
In honor of Direct Support Professional (DSP) Recognition Week, we shared stories from some of our amazing front-line staff and celebrated DSPs with a spirit week and appreciation cookout.Continue reading "Direct Support Professional Recognition Week 2023 Recap"
Meet Matt, our Director of Community Behavior Supports.Continue reading "Humans of Humanim: Meet Matt"
We are seeking office furniture in good condition for our Meaningful Day Program serving adults with developmental disabilities. Our program could benefit from 10-15 workstations/partitions, tables, and chairs, specifically without wheels. By donating, you will be making a direct impact to ensure our program participants have access to resources that support their personal goals. You will
At Humanim, we are self-starters, hard workers, risk takers, and do-besters! On Saturday, we hosted our first Do-Besters Fest for our staff to reconnect and celebrate the team that makes our mission a reality. Our staff and their families got a taste of Summer at Kurtz’s Beach. We enjoyed good food, games, and giveaways. Some
Last Thursday, we celebrated 50 years of providing life-changing services and pathways to economic equity, opportunity, and independence.Continue reading "50th Anniversary Recap"
It is truly an honor to have served our communities for 50 years! Humanim was founded on the belief that every human being has potential and that work is transformative, with the goal of creating economic equity for individuals with disabilities and socio-economic challenges. While Humanim has held different names and programs, our founding belief