Our Services

Our service range is inclusive to individuals, families, communities and healthcare professionals. 

Mental Health and Wellness

For Hope's Sake offers access to licensed, trained, experienced, and accredited psychologists (PhD / PsyD), marriage and family therapists (LMFT), clinical social workers (LCSW / LMSW), and board licensed professional counselors (LPC).

Our services range from therapy, groups and family, couples, grief and wellness to name a few.

Recovery and Wellness

For Hope's Sake takes a holistic approach in efforts to stabilize the individual's recovery and mental health. We focus on the mind, body, and spirit. Our Maryland state licensed and CARF accredited program provides therapy, social integration, life skills, and other necessary programming for longer lasting recovery. It’s never too late to reach out to us for help!

Telehealth Services

For Hope's Sake offers easy access to high-quality mental health providers, with self-guided programs between sessions to build resiliency.

Our on-demand urgent care is available to support for chronic and complex health challenges, we’re changing the way people access healthcare. That includes creating data-driven, personalized experiences that flex to an individual’s healthcare needs over time.

 

Complimentary and Alternative Wellness

Our unique program is home to Mental Help TV, a Global Mental Health initiative for underserved communities to calm the mind. Our MetaSpiritual community connects to a multitude of options such as meditation, aromatherapy, art and music, reiki among other evidenced-based practices acknowledge by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health

Life Style Mentor Wellness

Life skills wellness, a frequent element of the rehabilitation process, address the needs associated with independent functioning. This can involve encouraging financial awareness, communication, domestic, personal self‐care and community living skills.

Healthcare Advocacy Services

Our advocates have the communication skills and ability to be empathetic (but not so empathetic as to lose focus), organizational skills, good time management, the ability to do research to solve problems, a creative side to help solve difficult problems, and the ability to get along with a variety of people, including patients, their families, and professionals to assist our clients needs.