The Importance of Black Representation in the Mental Health Field
Published on February 15th, 2024
We understand the significance of amplifying Black voices in the mental health field, which is why we are handing over the microphone to three remarkable members of our Help in the Home team. These team…
Kicking off the Year with a Team Member Spotlight: Shawn Campbell
Published on January 18th, 2024
Here at Help in the Home, we’d describe the severe mental illness (SMI) community as a vibrant group of people that also happen to face ever-changing circumstances regularly. Throughout these sometimes unpredictable shifts, the support…
Shining the Light on our Client-Centered, Team-Guided Approach
Published on December 14th, 2023
Help in the Home has been dedicated to offering personalized care and fostering a sense of community for adults with complex mental health needs for over 15 years. Our mission is to build a strong…
Gems of Joy – Building a Culture of Joy through Gratitude
Published on November 16th, 2023
During every staff meeting, we make it a point to kick things off with Gems of Joy to celebrate the achievements within our community at Help in the Home. We wanted to share the impact of this among our clients and team.
Effects of DGBIs on the SMI Community
Published on October 26th, 2023
Disorders of the Gut-Brain Connection (DGBI) affect the neurodivergent and SMI community at a high rate. Our interview with Dr. Navidi of GI Psychology will shed some light on this important topic.
Introducing Help in the Home Clinical Services
Published on September 21st, 2023
Help in the Home is happy to announce the opening of our partner business- Help in the Home Clinical Services! Find out why this new endeavor was a necessity for our severe mental illness community, and the benefits it offers.
Anosognosia and SMI: Why it’s not as simple as “Not Wanting Help”
Published on August 23rd, 2023
Have you ever wondered why someone diagnosed with a Severe Mental Illness might refuse treatment? In this blog, we are discussing a condition called “anosognosia” which prevents individuals with SMI from understanding their own diagnosis. Learn how we can work together to help.
A Supported Living Community that Breaks the Mold
Published on July 17th, 2023
The Supported Living Community has been a place to call home for our community members for 15 years now!
Since then we have grown from two townhomes to SIX, with many lives changed along the way. Learn about the onboarding process, the function of our “hub”, and how the ability to customize the level of support and duration of stay is making a huge impact on the SMI community. You can even take a virtual tour to see for yourself!
Breaking Through with Clozapine & Community
Published on June 23rd, 2023
Learn what the future holds for schizophrenia care with Drs. Robert Laitman & Ann Mandel Laitman. They are trailblazers- creating community and educating on the benefits of Clozapine based on their personal family experience.
Bidding Another Cohort of Interns Farewell!
Published on May 18th, 2023
In 2018, we launched our internship program and since then, we’ve had the honor and joy of guiding nine interns through our fully immersive internship experience. During their time with us, our interns are treated…