The History and Values of Your Provider Matter
BRMCH was founded in 1989 to continue the work of Brenda Richardson, a passionate advocate of the special needs population for more than 25 years. Ms. Richardson, a psychiatric nurse, provided the foundation of BRMCH to help address critical needs of the patients she saw. Today, under the direction of Ms. Richardson’s family, BRMCH offers a robust suite of care services to adults with special needs and older adults. Through more than 140 employees, we serve a small group of people who are able to maintain dignity and autonomy in their own homes or in group homes. BRMCH people are able to work and live with the same quality of life afforded to the non special-needs population.
Mission and Values
BRMCH’s mission is to provide adults with special care needs: the respectful treatment, trusted support, and individualized care needed to enable them to have the best possible quality of life. We strive daily to ensure that our people have their unique needs met by dedicated professionals in environments that facilitate safety, growth, and comfort. To maintain this individual level of attention and consistent quality assurance, we maintain a smaller clientele and hands-on management.