The Hope Network provides a range of services—clinical, pastoral, crisis, housing, supported employment, transportation, and education—for consumers of all ages with mental illness, addiction disorders, autism, and intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). They employ 2,800 staff who serve 34,000 consumers through more than 300 locations across Michigan. The faith-based organization, started in 1960 as an adjunctive therapy department for a hospital, has rapidly expanded its scope of services and consumer base over the years and has a current annual revenue of $163 million. Phil Weaver, President and Chief Executive Officer of Hope Network, explained . . .
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