mental health Section

After two years, Hanbleceya will be leaving Normandy Park by July 12

After two years, Hanbleceya will be leaving Normandy Park by July 12

Kerry Paulson of Hanbleceya. by Jack Mayne Kerry Paulson, managing partner of adult care home Hanbleceya says July 12 will be the organization’s last day in Normandy Park. Hanbleceya bills itself as... [Read more]

No license needed for Hanbleceya’s mental health homes in Normandy Park

No license needed for Hanbleceya’s mental health homes in Normandy Park

by Jack Mayne Hanbleceya is operating four of five facilities in Normandy Park without licenses because there are no health care licenses for their facilities either from the State of Washington or from... [Read more]

Hanbleceya operating legally, DSHS investigation closed

Hanbleceya operating legally, DSHS investigation closed

by Jack Mayne Hanbleceya’s Normandy Park treatment center is operating in compliance with Washington state law and the Washington Department of Social and Health Services investigation has been closed,... [Read more]

Letter from State Says Hanbleceya Investigation Ended

Letter from State Says Hanbleceya Investigation Ended

The Washington Department of Social and Health Services has ended its investigation and monitoring visits of Normandy Park’s Hanbleceya locations because it has “verified your assertion that the four... [Read more]

Controversial Mental Health Group Home Operator Hanblaceya ‘Breaking State Law’

Controversial Mental Health Group Home Operator Hanblaceya ‘Breaking State Law’

The Washington State Department of Social and Health Services determined that Hanbleceya, the company operating group homes in Normandy Park for mental health patients, is breaking state law, according... [Read more]

‘Group Home Task Force’ Meets to Discuss Hanbleceya Concerns

‘Group Home Task Force’ Meets to Discuss Hanbleceya Concerns

A task force consisting of Normandy Park residents, elected officials, mental health service providers and law enforcement held its first meeting on May 30th at Normandy Park City Hall to discuss concerns... [Read more]