Mission: The organization's primary exempt purpose is to provide behavioral health services to people for charitable purposes. The organization fosters recovery, builds independence and changes destinies for individuals and families. They provide services for crisis management, mental and behavioral health, adult care and employment services.
Programs: Psychiatry/medication services provided to 10,669 individuals for psychiatric and medication services. Most clients receive some public assistance.
case management services provided to 8,613 individuals for psychotherapy services. Most clients receive some public assistance.
outpatient counseling provides evaluation and individualized group psychotherapy. They provided assistance to 17,783 individuals. Most clients receive some public assistance.
vocation program provided testing/evaluation and a work environment program to modify employment behavior in clients. All clients receive some public assistance. Other behavior health and rehabilitation programs
Organization offers biased and discriminatory treatment to a good portion of its clients, yet a select few get treated exceptionally.
Bias and discrimination goes beyond just poor treatment, some would consider it abuse or even criminal. For the client recieving such treatment, they are at a loss as no one would believe the atrocities they offer their clients.
I am slowly building a case in which I will present to the United States Department of Health and Human Services for their review.