Good Shepherd Center on Race Street, established in 1991 to be a service to the economically challenged in the community, was home to a Thanksgiving Luncheon on November 18th sponsored by the Jahmil Harris Foundation. The foundation was founded as a public service by Tammy Harris, COMHAR CCBHC Supervisor, in memory of her son, Jahmil Presley-Harris, to empower youth and communities in need through special programs, activities and events.
On Saturday, November 12th, COMHAR participated in a community event held at Shalom Baptist Church at 4900 10th Street Philadelphia. The church invited community agencies to present their services to the church members. We used this time with the community to conduct surveys of the people participating in the CBH program. We had the opportunity to promote our services as a company that offers comprehensive services for people living with mental illness, substance use and int
At the 19th Annual Conference of Direct Service Professionals sponsored by The Alliance of Community Service Providers, Joshualyn was awarded the Team Spirit Award. Her nomination said, "Joshualyn is the ideal employee and Direct Support Professional. She approaches this work from a place of selflessness and caring, always putting the needs of her individuals first. She has excelled at supporting some of COMHAR’s most complex individuals because of her demeanor and strategie