We appreciate all the hard work and dedication of our employees…So every Saturday we want to “Spotlight” our talent….#HSCcanhelp
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Professional Wellness Day is sponsored by SBHM, Inc. and The Psychiatric Rehab Supervisors Regional Network. The event was held at the Isaiah House, Glade Run Campus, on Wednesday October 10. In addition to earning a Certification of Attendance, the event provides an opportunity for Supervisors and Staff to practice wellness by participating in team building activities and breakout sessions that provide ongoing education about available resources and information for both professionals and consumers that we serve. It Takes a Community…#HSCcanhelp
Human Services Center was happy to participate in the 8th Annual Veteran’s Stand Down on Friday, October 12, at Cascade Park. The event was from 1-3 pm and offered free medical screenings, hygiene products, a light meal, and access to multiple organizations with resource information and referrals. The event focused on serving homeless Veterans, Service Members, their families, Community Members, and Families in need. This provided a great opportunity to show support to our local Veterans and Service Members….It Takes a Community…#HSCcanhelp
Slippery Rock University hosted a SRU Professional Development Day on Tuesday, October 9, 2018; Educating Citizens for the Public Good: Enhancing Learning through Community and Civic Engagement. In addition to SRU staff, the Professional Development Day invited students and community partners. The Keynote Speaker, Dr. Dwight E. Giles, Professor Emeritus of Leadership in Education in the College of Education and Human Development, University of Massachusetts, Boston presented “Exploring the Promise of an Engaged Campus: Intersections, Identity, and Impact” where he identified the impact and benefits to SRU, Community Partners, and Students. In addition to a Keynote Speaker, the Development Day included a World Café and Concurrent Sessions that addressed ways to engage parties as well as benefits. Human Services Center, Laurlyn Smith, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Supervisor, was invited to speak regarding the benefits of the partnership developed with Dr. Yvone Eaton-Stull and students with their integration into the program. Human Services Center recognizes the beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources in a context of partnership and reciprocity.
Building great leaders for 23 years, adolescents from school districts in Lawrence County are learning qualities of a good leader, empathy towards others, communication, and multi-cultural awareness at Peer Leadership training. Students also learn to identify problems and pursue solutions to the issues that challenge teenagers today…HSC recognizes the power of a strong community and have dedicated staff and administration to providing training and leadership since 1995…It Takes a Community…#HSCcanhelp
Beacon Health Options hosted their 12th Annual Family Forum Thursday, October 4, 2018 “Broadening Our Possibilities with Practical Solutions: A Forum for Families with Children in Health Choices. The agenda included Keynote speakers who provided information about the fight against the Opioid epidemic, updates in Children’s Behavioral Health Services, real life testimonies, and ways to cope with the holidays. In addition to an information packed day, an award was given to each county for the 2018 Exceptional Parent/Caregiver. Each county nominates a parent/caregiver that they believe has went “above & beyond” in accessing and utilizing the resources and services to ensure that their family is getting the help they need. HSC is proud to say that Brenda Thompson, Partial Hospitalization Supervisor, nominated a family that she had been providing services too and they were selected as this year’s winner for Lawrence County. The forum is a great way to gain information and celebrate the families in our community.