The mission of Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. (FHR) is to assist people of all ages to improve their behavioral health, well-being, and quality of life.
We believe quality service is based in a culture of hope, respect, ethical behavior, and genuine caring for our clients and our employees.
We invest in the individual and never lose hope in the potential for personal growth and recovery of each person we serve.
We value the creation of an inspired vision, clear priorities, pursuit of challenging goals, and maintenance of effort until these goals are achieved.
We value a proactive, progressive, and creative approach to challenge and opportunity, and we utilize the latest research and technology in our ongoing planning to improve quality of care.
We value principle-centered decision-making and act ethically in our relationships with our constituents and members of the community at large.
We value individual relationships built on trust, mutual respect, and a sincere desire for personal growth and development. We care about people, we keep people informed, and we go beyond expectations in helping people feel safe, involved, and supported.
We value the implementation of an integrated cycle of continuous improvement in all facets of the agency (design, measure, assess, improve), and our goal is to "do the right things well."
We value participatory decision-making at all levels and the creation of multi-disciplinary high performance teams oriented toward common goals.
We value creating a motivating environment in which our diverse, high-caliber staff can perform at their highest level. We assess the strengths and competencies of staff and provide quality ongoing training, continually developing the potential for leadership within the agency. We believe quality service is based in a culture of hope, respect, ethical behavior, and genuine caring for our clients and our employees.
The vision of Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. (FHR) is to become a national leader of behavioral healthcare services.
All people can recover and grow. Recovery consists of moving toward a point where one's illness or disability is no longer the dominant, controlling force in one's life.
All people have the same basic needs. These needs include physiological survival, affiliation and intimacy, a sense of self-worth, self-determination/control and fun.
An interdisciplinary treatment approach is the most effective in fostering recovery and achieving quality of life.
Services should emphasize a community-based support system, with ongoing assessment in a flexible and responsive structure, adapting to the needs and preferences of the individual.
Integration into one's community in areas such as employment, education, and meaningful activity are essential and attainable for all individuals.
Effective collaboration among individuals, community members, services, and programs result in individual improvement and satisfaction. Individuals work toward self-improvement and satisfaction in the following domains: living situation, family relations, social relations, leisure, work demands, safety, health, and religion/spirituality.
Standards for programs are consistent with individual choice and self-determination and with what we would want for our own selves and families.