Human Service Center Rebrands Behavioral Health Agency as “ComWell”

(Red Bud, IL) – Human Service Center, a local non-profit provider of behavioral health, substance use, and developmental disability services, announced on this week a major rebrand and name change to reflect the company’s community-driven focus.

“At its core, our agency advocates for community wellness,” Executive Director Shea Haury said in a statement issued on June 23. “It was important to our Board of Directors and to our team that we develop a brand that reflects that commitment.”

ComWell, formerly Human Service Center, leadership worked closely with staff to develop a new brand identity that represents the agency’s inclusivity and its many efforts and services provided in supporting community needs.

“The name ComWell came easily after we discussed our vision of being an agency where community meets wellness,” Haury said. “Although we are moving forward with a new agency name, it’s important that the community knows we are the same quality service provider that they have come to know and depend on.”

The rebrand is the first for the agency since its establishment in 1975.

ComWell is committed to empowering individuals to pursue growth and wellness by promoting positive, healthy changes for individuals and communities through engagement, education, treatment and recovery.

“Our core beliefs have not changed at all,” Haury said. “Our unwavering commitment to our community, our clients and our programs remain the same. Our mission and vision have only evolved to better serve those commitments.”

The agencies steady growth and commitment to the community has brought new clients, new teammates, new goals and a refined mission. The new, modernized brand represents ComWell’s ongoing dedication to serve as a resource for healing, growth and hope for individuals and families.

The rebrand includes the tagline, “where community meets wellness,” which speaks to the heart of ComWell’s mission to provide high quality behavioral health and developmental disability services that promote a recovery oriented lifestyle.

The rebrand includes a top-to-bottom redesign of the company’s website, logo, graphics communications and correspondence.