Our Interview with Treatment Advocacy Center
Published on October 19th, 2021
Evelyn Burton, a longtime friend and partner of Help in the Home, is a consummate advocate of the way the state of Maryland manages and cares for those with severe mental illnesses. Evelyn is also…
Everything You Need to Know – Our Frequently Asked Questions
Published on September 21st, 2021
After thirteen years of service, it has been our goal at Help in the Home to keep you informed and engaged, not just in what we do, but how you can impact those around you…
Client-Centered, Team-Guided: A Case-Study
Published on August 16th, 2021
For over a decade, Help in the Home has been a privately owned agency that provides personalized care through support and community to help adults with complex mental health needs achieve stability, independence, and inclusion….
Understanding the Difference Between Mental Health Support vs. Treatment
Published on July 20th, 2021
Understanding the difference between Mental Health Support vs. Treatment.
Dr. Ross Ellenhorn on Fear of Hope
Published on June 21st, 2021
Dr. Ross Ellenhorn presented to the HITH staff and family members on his concept on Fear of Hope. Learn more how this concept and the HITH approach align.
Client-Centered, Team-Guided Spotlight: Will & Amanda
Published on May 17th, 2021
In this installment of our Client-Centered, Team-Guided series, we’re bringing you a special spotlight on one of our Supported Living Community members, Will, and his mother, Amanda.
Our Interview with Tom Parker from Lindner Center of HOPE
Published on April 19th, 2021
In 2020 we had the pleasure of getting to work 1:1 with Lindner Center of HOPE. Enjoy our interview with Tom and Lindner Center of HOPE!
Family Consultation: How We’re Supporting Family Members of Adults with SMI
Published on March 16th, 2021
What is Family Consultation and who is it for? Here are our most frequently asked questions about our Family Consultation services.
How the Covid Vaccine Impacts the SMI Community (ft. Dr.Pickar)
Published on February 15th, 2021
You may be wondering what a diagnosis of a severe mental illness has to do with COVID-19. The JAMA study goes on to state that, “Aside from the significant barriers to medical treatment this population faces, one hypothesis is that the biological factors related to schizophrenia could increase mortality risk.
Client-Centered, Team-Guided Spotlight: Dianne
Published on January 18th, 2021
This month’s blog post features Supported Living Community member Dianne. Learn more about Dianne’s 9 year journey at Help in the Home and how our team has supported her every step of the way!