2013 Concern for Others Award
Dexcomm recently recognized 232-HELP/ Louisiana 211 with the Concern for Others Core Value Award. This award is presented for professional excellence in caring for and serving first the needs of others while treating everyone with dignity and respect.
232-Help/ Louisiana 211 is an invaluable resource service for 700,000 citizens in the ten parish area of Acadiana: Acadia, Avoyelles, Evangeline, Iberia, Lafayette, St. Landry, St. Martin, St. Mary, Terrebonne, and Vermilion. By simply dialing 232-HELP or 211, individuals and families of the Acadiana community are connected to professionals who are there to help the caller understand and effectively use all of the resources available to them; connecting them to those who can provide advocacy, counseling, education and support.
232-HELP was recognized for its ability to provide vital information and assistance to citizens of Acadiana in need of services ranging from housing assistance to medical care.
232-HELP President Jim Roy said, “232-HELP is honored to receive this award, and is committed to help individuals in need throughout Acadiana.”
“We are pleased to honor 232-HELP/ Louisiana 211 as the first recipient of our concern for others award. Our entire staff appreciates this wonderful organization for their commitment and concern for the well-being of others in Acadiana,” said Jamey Hopper, president of Dexcomm. “We’re especially grateful for the opportunity to aid them in this commitment by helping them stay connected to the community they care so dearly for.”
Dexcomm is a Louisiana corporation that provides communications and answering services to businesses and service agencies across the United States. For the past two years, the company has been recognized as one of the 100 fastest growing businesses run by LSU graduates. Dexcomm recognizes those agencies which share its core values of excellent customer service and commitment to serving others.