The Vision of Living Hope is to “Heal the Brokenhearted” (Isaiah 61). The Living Hope program is designed to promote healing of the mind, body, and spirit of the individuals we serve and their significant relationships.
Living Hope Southeast delivers outpatient behavioral health services which focus on bringing lasting improvement to the quality of people’s daily lives.
To bring healing to individuals in a network of care through prevention and aftercare support systems. Living Hope networks around the state with clergy, family doctors, and mental health professionals to maximize the healing experience for our clients by exhibiting compassion and providing excellence in health care;
To provide integrity and quality of the Living Hope program by continuing peer review program evaluation, client care monitoring, post-discharge follow-up, and outcome studies;
To provide comprehensive evaluation of medical, psychological, and spiritual needs; and behavioral, recreational, and vocational functioning in each client;
To provide indicated intensive treatment to return the client to an optimal level of mental health and personal functioning by treating each client with dignity, by giving the best treatment through the efforts of the staff, and by facilitating client interaction with the family, church, and community in preparation for discharge;
To provide a safe, healthy, and inspirational environment for treatment utilizing experienced and competent staff and the most effective, safe, and comfortable environment available;
To provide a well trained, competent staff by using rigorous screening and selection criteria and maintaining continuing education for all staff; and
To provide a wide variety of treatment modalities with specific therapies to raise the level of well being of each client by comprehensive, individualized master treatment plans by multi-disciplinary teams including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, professional counselors, and trained para-professionals.
Our Philosophy and Beliefs
The Living Hope program model is guided by the belief that human beings need hope to overcome mental illness. As a result, the approach Living Hope has developed offers a state of the art, comprehensive program for school-based services and outpatient services, addressing the physical, psychological, sociological, and spiritual needs of psychiatric clients. Hope is an act of expectation of some good thing in the future, and this program will inspire, in those who actively participate, a desire for total health and a newly-fashioned expectation for continued wellness. In this context, however, hope is a vain expectation unless it is experienced in a relationship with a significant other who is available to facilitate the realization of the desired improvement or achievement. Thus, hope must in some way be an act of community whether it be family, church, or nation – or just two people or a small group struggling together to produce improvement in the other.
Living Hope Southeast, LLC is accredited by the Joint Commission.