We are driven by our Culture of Results. Let’s face it, people come to Hillcrest for help, for guidance and compassion. They want results, and at Hillcrest those results come in many forms. Feeling better physically through our Health Services, building confidence in troubled youth through our foster group care programs, giving hope to the homeless and promise to those wanting a family. We build character in adults who have lost their dignity, and we add stability to the lives of families in need of mentoring. And for people of all ages who want to feel better emotionally, our brain health counselors can make the prospects of a better life a reality.
Mission: As a leading human services provider for children, adults, and families in need, we deliver innovative, collaborative, and resourceful care.
Vision: Children, adults, and families are safe, secure, and well.
Values: We act with compassion, integrity, optimism, professionalism, and respect in all of our relationships. In-line with our faith-connected beliefs we work to understand and appreciate individual differences and similarities in our provision of care.
Spirituality Statement: Hillcrest Family Services shares a historical relationship with the United Methodist Church and the Presbyterian Church (USA). We collaborate in our services to others with our local communities, religious and otherwise, to advocate on behalf of those we serve to ensure (at minimum) their basic needs are met.
Hillcrest has a Diversity Committee that is dedicated to equity and inclusion. All agency staff participate in a Diversity Workshop as well as given the opportunity to complete an annual diversity survey. Information gleaned drives the work of the committee.
Diversity Statement: Hillcrest Family Services celebrates the diversity, strength, beauty and spirit created as we join together and help one another as a community.
If we can’t deliver the results people need, then we can’t deliver on our singular goal and focus. But we can, and we do. Every day and every year for more than a century. It takes experience and compassion, it requires a staff dedicated to making people’s lives better, and it’s all fostered by our universal sense of hope that there are brighter days ahead. That’s our Culture of Results and we’d be delighted to share it with you.