BHCOE Diversity and Inclusivity Practices

BHCOE is committed to racial and cultural diversity and inclusivity throughout our organization and the work that we do.

Outlined below, are just some of the ways that we are looking both internally and externally to create a more inclusive and diverse culture in the field of behavioral health.

Hiring

As we grow, we plan to ensure the recruitment of diverse candidates for new positions and external consultants.

Visual Representation

We aim to increase diversity in representation of race, body types, and age in visual materials on our website, annual reports, and all cross-platform communications.

Accreditation

We are committed to promoting businesses that value fair labor practices. Effective January 1, 2021, our BHCOE Standards will include a separate section on Diversity. These standards are currently open for public commentary. We encourage all to provide feedback to help shape these standards.

Preferred Partners

We are working with our preferred partners to assess their commitment to diversity and inclusion practices within their own organizations. We want to actively collaborate with those who share our vision for creating a more inclusive world.

Financial Investment

BHCOE will continue to invest in BIPOC communities and ABA diversity efforts through annual donations.

Workplace Culture

If any BHCOE employees feel compelled to engage civilly, BHCOE fully supports these efforts with PTO hours.

Do you have questions about our organization or diversity practices in behavioral health?

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