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NHS Human Services

Non-profit Healthcare - Health Services

With a rich tradition spanning more than 45 years, NHS Human Services is at the forefront of providing care and services to people with special needs. Today NHS, through its subsidiaries, is the largest community-based, non-profit human services organization in the country. More than 10,500 staff provide care to 40,000 adults and children throughout multiple states. NHS has developed a unique continuum of care providing services in the areas of mental health, addictive diseases, education, juvenile justice, foster care and permanency, autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities and many more specialized programs. NHS is a leader in developing treatment plans for people with dual diagnoses and other multiple challenges.. At NHS, we do not have to refer individuals out of our system for care, rather we can design a system around that person.

NHS continues to be the safety net for people who otherwise could not afford care. In spite of financial challenges and dwindling resources, NHS continues to pursue excellence in all aspects of care and treatment. The work of NHS is anchored in the firm belief that it is every individual’s right to achieve growth, dignity, and fulfillment in their lives. Surrounding professional staff with the best in technology and supports, NHS is a leader in the industry and remains committed to helping people. one individual at a time.


Build your career path

At NHS, we have a variety of opportunities available for individuals who are looking for fulltime, part-time, fee-for-service and pro re nata (PRN) employment in PA, NJ, NY, DE, MD, VA and LA. We encourage career development and promote from within whenever possible, as well as provide internship and practicum experience in selected areas of our company. NHS encourages hiring people at a variety of stages in their career; from young adults right out of high school; college students pursuing a career in a human services, mental health, education or related field; middle career professionals as well as people that are nearing the end of their career, but still want to make a difference in the lives of others. From entry level to experienced staff, we offer a great place to work for people who care.

We also offer a variety of comprehensive benefits for our full time employees who qualify, including:

  • Competitive Compensation
  • Health, Dental, Prescription and Vision coverage
  • Tuition Reimbursement Plan
  • Retirement Plan
  • Disability and Life Insurance
  • Paid Time Off
  • Employee Referral Bonuses
  • Paid Training


From helping hands to healing homes, NHS has the career you are searching for.

NHS provides innovative solutions to support the unique needs of the individuals we serve by striving to create a caring and responsive environment that promotes the highest standards of integrity and quality.

The NHS Continuum of Care

Addictive Diseases
NHS provides comprehensive drug and alcohol treatment for adults and adolescents struggling with addictions in both clinical and community-based settings.

NHS provides behavioral health services to children and families with a Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), specifically autism, PDD-nos, and asperger’s syndrome.

NHS offers individualized learning experiences to children with special needs including alternative Education, autism Education, emotional supports, Early intervention, special Education and student assistance Programs.

Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
A variety of services including residential and day programs are aimed at assisting individuals with intellectual and Developmental Disabilities to become more self-sufficient and utilize self-directed supports.

Juvenile Justice
A continuum of services are available for adjudicated youth on a 168-acre campus in rural Pennsylvania featuring open and secure options, as well as specialized initiatives providing opportunities to receive therapeutic care and learn the skills necessary to become productive members in their communities.

Mental Health Services
NHS provides recovery-focused treatment, services, and support to children and adults in both community and site-based settings. Services include outpatient, case management, supported employment, and residential,

Specialized Services
NHS offers a variety of specialized services including supports for Elder Care, individuals diagnosed with a traumatic Brain injury, and outpatient Gambling addictions.

Treatment Foster Care/Adoption
NHS specializes in foster care and permanency placement for children with developmental and/or behavioral challenges who are unable to live with their biological families.