Spectrum of Hope Annual Revenue, Number of Employees, Growth and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Spectrum of Hope's estimated annual revenue is currently $29.7M per year.
- Spectrum of Hope's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000
- Spectrum of Hope has 110 Employees.
- Spectrum of Hope grew their employee count by 0% last year.
- Spectrum of Hope currently has 1 job openings.
|Jessica Wiese||HR Manager|
|Laura Tolliver||Behavior Analyst, Center Director|
|Cristina Porras||Program Director|
|Joshua McCown||It Director|
|Amanda Jahn||BCBA, Program Director|
|Amber Wann||Bcba Program Director|
|Autumn Mills||Clinical Director|
|Basmah Hassan||Program Director|
|Aujaney Chandler||Senior Project/marking Manager|
What Is Spectrum of Hope?
Spectrum of Hope is Houston's leading Health and Behavior Intervention & Applied Behavior Analysis treatment center. We treat children that are diagnosed with language, communication, behavioral and developmental disorders, delays, and syndromes such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, and more. We practice proven techniques based on empirically-validated, data-based methods of affecting behavior change. Children can progress from intensive one to one therapy to less restrictive environments as they acquire and master skills and build communication. Our center offers comprehensive care with individualized programs that achieve results. Our highly trained, experienced, and certified or licensed clinicians deliver individualized programs for every child. Our therapy programs include in-center treatment options, which are developed for children and adults ages 15 months to 22 years old, and help those with autism become more integrated with their family and community.keywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Sage Recovery a...||$9.7M||36||16%||N/A|
|TMS Neuro Solut...||$17.3M||64||33%||N/A|
|Spectrum of Hop...||$29.7M||110||0%||N/A|
Spectrum of Hope News
A song of hope in Hong Kong .... and has successfully led numerous peaceful mass rallies attracting a broad spectrum of Hong Kongers.
“They hope for an end to the conflict, but they also fear that peace might come at the sacrifice of freedom and rights, which the country has ...
The goal of the event was to help every man, woman and child know that they are important and that there is hope available to them.