Hope Services would like to congratulate Leadership San Jose Class of 2016! Over a nine month period Leadership San Jose developed a jobs pipeline of over 120 companies for Hope clients.
Hope Services’ Mission is to improve the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities.
As the leading provider of services to people with developmental disabilities in Silicon Valley for over 63 years, Hope serves more than 3,500 people and their families in six counties and provides essential programs for all ages, infants through seniors.
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Hope participants make amazing additions to your workforce. Don’t have a staffing need, but have an assembly project? Hope can do it! Both solutions deliver high quality, competitive pricing, and provide real social impact, while helping to combat the 87% unemployment rate for individuals with developmental disabilities in CA.
“We approached Hope Services in early 2015, looking for a cost effective partner that could take on the detailed assembly work of our Retail display shippers. Our display shipper is ultimately set up inside our customer’s stores and is a wonderful presentation of our delicious sauces and syrups. The display must be assembled correctly and in pristine condition or we lose opportunity.
Every display shipper project that Hope Services has completed for us has been of the highest quality and delivered on time! Because of our partnership with Hope Services we are able to focus on developing amazing flavors rather than tasks outside our core competencies.
I would highly recommend working with Hope Services.”
—Susan O’Neill, Customer Service Manager, Torani
Hope Clinicians Present Cutting Edge Treatment Methods at NADD Conference in November 2015
Staff members from the Hope Counseling Center attended and presented at the three-day NADD, National Association for the Dually Diagnosed (MH and DD) Annual Conference in San Francisco, CA, November 18- 20, 2015.
The conference, organized around the theme of integrating treatment and services for people with intellectual disabilities and mental illness, hosted nearly 400 people from the United States and Canada. Hope Services staff presented at one of the thirty workshops on a submitted for publication study on the treatment of autism and co-occurring mental health disorders. Twenty Hope staff attended, largely supported by Hope’s continuing education funding, as well as volunteer opportunities.
Hope Services Leads the Way in Research to Better Understand Autism
A follow-up to the 2012 report on autism:
In September 2015, Hope’s Mental Health Center presented its updated report to the 10th Congress of the European Society on Mental Health in Intellectual Disability in Firenze, Italy.
The presentation was well-received, and Hope will move forward with new opportunities to collaborate and publicize our findings. Hope’s Mental Health Center looks forward to working with the moderator of our presentation in Firenze, Elspeth Bradley, Ph.D., MD, who was formerly at King’s College, London, and is now at the University of Toronto, Department of Psychiatry. Together, we will create an improved version of our mental health assessment tool for individuals with autism.
In 2012 Hope’s Mental Health Services completed an innovative report on autism, led by Susan Detrick, Ph.D., which focused on effective ways to identify, assess, and treat psychiatric illnesses that impact individuals who also have autism. Clients who were involved in the project have been stabilized or have experienced improvements in their integration in social settings. You can read the original report here.
Hope at Work:
Our business partners are our best advocates
Listen to testimonials from companies including Modwalls, J. Lohr Vineyards, and Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula.