Our vision is to eliminate barriers to healthcare services for under served individuals and families who experience mental health disparities.
A Better Way Healthcare Services improves the health of the community by providing quality, comprehensive healthcare in a compassionate, culturally competent, ethical, and fiscally responsible manner. A Better Way Healthcare Services maintains its commitment to providing services to underserved communities. We lead through clinical excellence, innovative approaches, and progressive evidence-based practice education and training.
At A Better Way Healthcare Services, we have a higher calling and a deep sense of pride. We deliver essential care with humanity, compassion, and kindness – with arms open wide to everyone in our community. Regardless of role or level in the agency, humanity starts with how we treat our clients, coworkers, and colleagues. We work together as a team to provide the best healthcare treatment to our community.
Dignity & Respect
We treat all people with dignity, respect, and compassion regardless of their individual differences and cultural and ethnic diversity.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion
Our strength comes from our diversity, and we celebrate the visible and invisible qualities that make each person unique, including race, gender, age, sexuality, ability, religion, national origin, gender identity, and other identities.
We build meaningful partnerships with our clients, stakeholders, and communities to eliminate health disparities for the under served.
We foster an environment that is supportive, safe, and open where clients, staff, and volunteers can achieve their full potential.
We establish mutual trust and responsibility among our clients, staff, and community while being good stewards of our resources.
Our multidisciplinary team employs a team approach effort and aims to use the best evidence-based strategies to deliver high-quality services to our community.
Our team includes highly skilled psychiatrists, nurses, licensed clinicians, social workers, addiction specialists, paraprofessionals, case managers, peer support specialists, and additional mental health professionals.