Diversity & Inclusion

We Believe

Telecare Corporation cultivates and embraces the diversity, values, beliefs, interests, experiences and cultural viewpoints of our staff, the individuals we serve, their families, and the communities in which we are located. We celebrate our commonalities as well as our differences.

We believe that diversity enriches learning, growth, and innovation. At Telecare, we know new ideas come from diverse ways of seeing things, and always strive to be culturally sensitive and responsive in our service delivery.

Telecare builds welcoming and inclusive workplace environments where all employees have a chance to influence and enrich program culture. This diversity of perspectives enriches our recovery environment, which we consider a primary intervention, and is woven into our services.’

Fostering Diversity & Inclusion

Culture: Our is based on recovery. We believe in respect and non-judgment, and we celebrate individual uniqueness. We care about the interpersonal relationships we develop so we can foster a supportive program setting.

Hiring Advisory Teams (HAT): We know how important it is to find individuals who share our values and reflect the diverse cultures of our clients. We also know that our employees are an extraordinary resource for identifying passionate employees who share our passion for empowering individuals every day on their journey of recovery. In order to gain a diverse perspective in our recruitment process, we developed Hiring Advisory Team’s (HAT). The objective of HAT is to ensure that we recruit and hire the right mix of people in creating a high quality, culturally diverse work force that shares Telecare's values and beliefs.

Diversity of Services:


  • Justice-Involved Mental Health (JIMH)

  • Transitional Aged Youth (TAY)

  • Homeless outreach

  • Older adult care

  • Co-occurring substance use

  • DD/MI

Program Types:

  • 32% of our programs are community-based

  • 21% are acute

  • 5% are residential

  • 35% are sub-acute

  • 1% are contract management

  • 6% are crisis