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YesCare provides patients with high-quality healthcare and reentry services that will reduce recidivism and better the communities where we live and work. We are dedicated to meeting the needs of the growing number of incarcerated persons with physical and mental illness and the professionals who care for them. More healthcare professionals are finding the stability and advancement they desire at YesCareHealth. Our Vision YesCare leads the industry by providing comprehensive healthcare and reentry services that improve the communities where we live and work. Our Mission YesCare embraces a recovery model of care. This means identifying and treating underlying conditions to support healthier and safer living while incarcerated and a better quality of life in our communities. In partnership with our clients, we deliver solution-oriented care. Our Values Safety. We put safety first through preparation and prevention. Motivation. We are driven by the desire to improve outcomes. Accountability. We set high standards and hold our people to them. Respect. We embrace our differences as we work toward common goals. Teamwork. We achieve more together. Evaluation. We use data to constantly monitor results. Readjustment. We refine our practices to consistently achieve better outcomes. YesCare is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. In compliance with federal and state employment opportunity laws, qualified applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, gender, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, disability, Vietnam era veteran, or disabled Veteran status. EOE including Disability/Protected Veterans.
Haynes Family of Programs provides specialized treatment and educational services to children with special needs relating to emotional development, autism, Asperger’s Disorder, learning disabilities, neglect and abandonment. It was founded in October 1946 by LeRoy Haynes, a former chaplain, as a way to help the troubled boys he served through intervention and treatment in a home-like setting. The group home facility has grown from its initial 10 residents to six cottages, each housing 12 children. Mental health treatment services are provided to every resident. The Haynes Education Center, a non-public school founded in 1989 as a companion to the group home facility, initially provided schooling to the children of what was formerly LeRoy Boys Home. It has grown to serve not only the children who live on campus but the community as a whole, accepting children (boys and girls) from 14 school districts throughout Southern California.