Resources for Human Development
FPCN is a program of Resources for Human Development (RHD). RHD is a national human services nonprofit with headquarters in Philadelphia and programs in 15 states. RHD specializes in creating innovative, quality services that support people of all abilities and any challenges wherever the need exists. RHD’s mission is to empower people as they achieve the highest level of independence possible, building better lives for themselves, their families and their communities. RHD’s unique ability to respond to a wide variety of individual and community challenges has made us a national leader in creating and delivering elite, person-centered services in more than 160 programs.
A values-driven organization founded in 1970, RHD serves tens of thousands of people every year with caring and effective programs addressing intellectual and developmental disabilities, behavioral health, homelessness, addiction recovery and more. At RHD, we’re committed to the fundamental value of dignity and respect for all, to the empowerment of those we serve and our employees, and to the flexibility to meet the changing needs of those we serve and our government and community partners.
RHD is a pioneer in the socially-responsible business movement, including crossing over into for-profit business development. Under the direction of Dyann Roth, RHD prides itself on its history of innovation, not only in the type and quality of the services it offers but also in its management approach rooted in RHD’s Values. Program directors and their staff have maximum authority, creativity and autonomy, with Philadelphia-based Shared Services staff supporting programs through providing clinical expertise; marketing, fundraising and grant-writing support; professional development training opportunities; human resources and benefits assistance and more. RHD is committed to the fundamental value of dignity and respect for all human beings, to the empowerment of our consumers and staff, to a collaborative management model, and to the importance of timely change and risk-taking. Learn more about RHD by visiting the organization’s website: www.rhd.org.