Welcome to the Employee Portal!
Welcome to the Helping Hand Employee Portal! Here you will find links to commonly accessed websites, employee birthdays, anniversaries and agency news. We have plans to add additional functionality in the near future.
If you have suggestions to make this website better or have an item that you would like to have displayed on the news crawl, please email Brian Blankenship.
The mission of Helping Hand Center is to assist persons with disabilities to achieve their highest level of independence through quality programs and services.
The vision of Helping Hand Center is that people with disabilities and their families will select Helping Hand for rehabilitative services because of its ability to provide high quality, flexible and appropriate services that achieve desired outcomes.
Perspectives EAP Orientation Video
Employees can now access an online orientation video with details about what is offered through the EAP. To access the orientation video, click here and enter "HHR500" for the user name and "perspectives" for the password.
|Paulina Snopek - May 3||Tracy Escamilla - May 3|
|Brendan Murphy - May 4||Tiffany Brown - May 4|
|Diana Gamboa - May 6||Joy Ann Riggi - May 11|
|Angelique Cepolski - May 15||Jim Zale - May 15|
|Diana James - May 16||Portia Mitchell - May 18|
|Loretto Madonia - May 19||Clarissa Fields - May 22|
|Erika Norwood - May 26||LaShundra Ford - May 26|
|Natalia Morgan - May 26||Nicolette Giblin - May 26|
|Sarah Kinasz - May 28||Tulea Gonnigan - May 30|
|Beth Blankenship - May 31|
Computer Password Requirements
Here are the guidelines for choosing a password for your network account:
- Passwords may not contain the user's account name or parts of the user's full name that exceed two consecutive characters
- Passwords must be at least six characters in length
- Passwords must contain characters from three of the following four categories:
1) English uppercase characters (A through Z)
2) English lowercase characters (a through z)
3) Base 10 digits (0 through 9)
4) Non-alphabetic characters (for example, !, $, #, %)
Passwords expire after 90 days and must be changed.