Vendor Spotlight: Meet Sober Escorts
Published on January 20th, 2023
For 15 years, we’ve had the honor of serving individuals with complex mental health needs. Our clients’ stories and backgrounds span a wide range of situations, which sometimes requires us to come up with creative and outside of the box solutions. One of our guiding principles is that everyone, regardless of ability, deserves to be cared for with dignity and respect. At Help in the Home, we treat our clients like family and that value extends to our valued network of partners as well.
Client-Centered, Team-Guided: A Case-Study
Published on December 16th, 2022
Our team focuses on building an alliance of trust and making sure our community members know that we will stand by them throughout their journey. Connection and infusing joy are at the center of why we do what we do.
Our Client Onboarding Process
Published on November 18th, 2022
Since the beginning of our story, Help in the Home exists to infuse joy into people’s lives by providing personalized mental health support. At the heart of who we are, providing joy and heart in every step of the process was non-negotiable because our community members and their families are like family to us.
Why having a growth mindset is a must
Published on October 18th, 2022
Having a growth mindset is a concept that has no beginning or end, and allows plenty of room for mistakes and learning. Whether we realize it or not, we all have inherent beliefs about our abilities, talents, and our capacity to change. These beliefs form our mindset and that mindset impacts everything.
The true picture of the mental health care system in America
Published on September 21st, 2022
In the special, Mental Health Care: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, he discussed the cracks in the mental health care system. This month, we unpack the conversation and share our thoughts on the topics covered in the special.
Our Interview with Dr. Kenneth Carpenter, CMC: Foundation for Change
Published on August 15th, 2022
We had the honor of interviewing Dr. Kenneth Carpenter, Director of Training at CMC: Foundation For Change, to discuss the Invitation to Change Approach (ITC) workshop, and how Beyond Addiction served as the framework bridging science and kindness as a way to help people change.
Client-Centered, Team-Guided Spotlight: Ali
Published on July 18th, 2022
In this installment of our Client-Centered, Team-Guided series, we’re bringing you a special spotlight on one of our ISS clients, Ali.
Meet Help in the Home’s Advisory Council
Published on June 20th, 2022
In our community, we know that there is a need for people with severe mental illness to have easier access to the treatments they need such as in-home visits from psychiatrists, nurse practitioners and therapists….
What does it mean to be a Help in the Home team member?
Published on May 17th, 2022
It’s not easy finding the right people to uphold an organization’s mission and values. Yet, somehow over the last 13 years, we’ve been able to uncover a lot of hidden gems. We’ve been fortunate to…
Our Interview with Cornelius Kuteesa on the Assisted Outpatient Treatment Bill
Published on April 18th, 2022
Over the years we have made a consistent effort to remain current on policy issues that have to do with the rights of individuals with severe mental illness. Advocacy remains a focus at Help in…