About Center for Human Services
Center for Human Services (CHS) was established as a local non-profit in 1970 to serve youth and families. Currently, CHS serves tens of thousands of children, individuals and families annually in Stanislaus County through six core program areas: Mental Health Services, Shelter Services, Youth Services, School Based Services, Substance Abuse Treatment and Family Resource Centers.
Our mission is to change lives and build futures through programs that strengthen and support youth and families.
CHS will be a leader in advocacy and services for youth and families working with partners to build a strong community.
Integrity: We are committed to excellence through transparency, solid business practices, and honorable conduct.
Results: We believe that measuring the impact of our programs and business practices is the foundation for our success.
Partnerships: We embrace collaboration within CHS and our community.
Innovation: We approach issues with creativity and an open-mind.
Responsiveness: We are committed to responding to the unique and changing needs of our agency and community.
Respect: We respect people by acting with kindness, patience and civility.
Center for Human Services acknowledges the support of our funding partners who underwrite, in part, the quality services provided to children and families. Partners include but are not limited to: Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors, Behavioral Health & Recovery Services, Children and Families Commission, Community Services Agency, Probation, United Way, various school districts, foundations, Federal and State agencies. We are grateful to all of our funders for fostering the health and well-being of our communities through their support of our prevention, intervention, treatment, counseling and shelter services.
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