F.A.I.T.H. FINDING ALTERNATIVE INTERVENTIONS THROUGH HEAING
F.A.I.T.H. was created by two strong women, a mother and daughter partnership, who come from a family with a history of community service and charity. Brenda and Iesha Chaney are continuing a family tradition of entrepreneurship. The Chaney family is full of visionaries, who put the work in and turn visions into reality. For every business the family creates, they make sure it has a tie into the community, a way that the business can give back. Childcare for lower income families, transportation for seniors and rural communities, restaurants with food services for elderly and rural communities, wellness and mental health services, job training programs such as the Expertise Cosmetology New Paths Program that is housed in the Florence McClure Women's Correctional Center. The Chaney Family is devoted to the communities they live in and serve and will leave a legacy for generations.
A Tradition of Excellence
F.A.I.T.H. was founded on a tradition of pride and excellence. We are committed to meeting the highest of industry standards. Up-to-date training, regular professional development, continual organizational improvements: We spare no expense in upholding our reputation and staying at the peak of our craft.
Leaders in Our Field
Years of training, years of experience, and a commitment to excellence. We are a skilled team of experts, possessing an impeccable record of success and a reputation that precedes us. Diligence, persistence, and the highest standards for professional conduct are what we bring to the table. F.A.I.T.H. It’s a name that means excellence. It’s a name you can trust.
Iesha Chaney, co manages F.A.I.T.H. Behavioral Services and Wellness Center. She possesses a master’s degree in psychology. As a state approved QUALIFIED MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATE, for F.A.I.T.H. Behavioral Services, she manages a staff of 12 individuals in the position of patient care representatives for F.A.I.T.H. She previously worked for Smart Start Child Care Center providing transportation services to children residing near the 24-hour facility. Children were transported to and from the center as well as to and from neighborhood schools. Iesha conducted visual inspections of the vehicles and worked with the administrator to maintain the safety inspections as required by the organization.
Brenda Chaney has worked as an administrator for the past 20 years. During her tenure as an administrator, she assisted in the administration of programs to benefit the low income and disadvantaged persons in the State of Nevada. The programs included directing the delivery of vendor supplies and equipment. Through the operation of food programs for the United States Department of Education and the State of Nevada she worked for nearly 7 years the delivery of food and supplies to food sites to disseminate foods to underprivileged children. This entailed the selection vendor for supplies and the coordination of delivery to various food sites.
The responsibilities in the administration of the food program were to ensure that the drivers were compliant in possessing a valid driver’s license, insurance, health card, CPR and first aid. The duties also included making sure that the delivery trucks were equipped with first aid kits, valid commercial insurance, commercial temperature monitoring devices, dollies and adequate refrigeration. To maintain transparency in delivery operations, compliance was adopted to comply with local, state and federal agencies. Brenda safeguarded and maintained records required by the organization.
In addition, Brenda worked with community leaders to coordinate efforts to transport citizens to their respective polling sites in Southern Nevada. These efforts included transporting eligible voters to early voting and election day sites to increase the number of persons who participate in the election process. Most recently, Brenda surveyed the residents from disadvantaged and rural areas to address the lack of transportation to and from medical necessity appointments. Since, COVID-19 there exists a widening gap in transportation services. Due to the lack of qualified drivers many patients are unable to receive transport to much needed medical appointments.
Brenda has worked with local and federal agencies to attempt to bridge the gap in services that are necessary to promote programs that bring self-sufficiency and well-being to Nevada residents. As Managing Member of F.A.I.T.H., Brenda has secured memorandums of understanding to facilitate behavioral health services to its patients and wrap around services that would include transporting to various doctors’ appointments to encourage good health and preventive care.
Honesty and Integrity
Honesty and integrity define our business model. It is at the very core of our operations. We maintain a strong company ethos based on transparency and respect for our clients. As a service provider, we take our responsibilities to you seriously. Everything that we do, we do it with pride, passion, and the utmost care. Founded on a culture of professionalism, dedication, and excellence. Founded on honesty, integrity, and respect.
Meeting your needs—exceeding your expectations: It’s all in a day’s work for F.A.I.T.H.
DONATE to F.A.I.T.H. F.A.I.T.H. provides clothing, food, transportation, coaching, counseling, recovery, job training, employment services, educational training, and many other referral programs and resources. F.A.I.T.H.’s tax identification number is 84-3185902. F.A.I.T.H. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization recognized by the IRS. All gifts to F.A.I.T.H. are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.