Human Services, Inc. is dedicated to Hope, Healing and Recovery. We are
committed to the highest quality of professional treatment programs and
residential and homeless support services to individuals, families, and
communities we serve through collaborative and person-centered service
delivery. We empower people by providing support, advocacy, and stewardship
on the journey to wellness and recovery.
Our Vision is to be the premier industry leader serving our communities through
state-of-the-art evidence-based treatment practices and innovative housing
initiatives. We aspire to provide extraordinary strength-based quality solutions
to empower the communities we serve with integrity, compassion, and
professional excellence. We remain steadfast, confident, and committed as we
continue to build our future.
Serve with dignity, respect, hope, and personal accountability.
Embody the highest ethical and professional standards of service delivery.
Inspire self-determination and healing.
Embrace the principles of corporate citizenship.
Forging community partnerships to provide everyone “A place to call home.”
Founded in 1972 as a diagnostic, evaluation, and outpatient mental health program, Human Services, Inc. offers a comprehensive array of mental health services. The goal of Human Services, Inc. is to provide for the prevention, evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, and recovery and resiliency of adults with serious mental illness and co-occurring disorders, and children and adolescents with behavioral, emotional, or family issues. Human Services, Inc. remains committed to providing quality care that is responsive to the needs of the individual in the most appropriate, least intrusive manner.
Human Services, Inc. is a private, fully licensed, non-profit community mental health center that employs a professional staff that includes psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, master’s level counselors, and case workers. Services are provided to individuals experiencing difficulties regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, political affliction, sex, sexual orientation, handicap, ancestry, age, or disability. Bilingual (Spanish) services are available.