The BHS Story
Successful workplace programs since 1999.
Janus Associates is founded and begins providing consulting services to companies with internal Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs). By the early 1990s, Janus Associates delivers subcontracted EAP, training and crisis debriefing services to national vendors.
27-year-old employee Dawn Motovidlak purchases Janus Associates with the strategy of repositioning the company as a direct provider of comprehensive EAP and Behavioral Risk Management services for mid- to large-sized groups.
Janus Associates acquires Business Health Services, a highly regarded and national EAP. Business Health Services (BHS) becomes the national trade name of Janus Associates, Inc.
BHS establishes an Organizational Development & Corporate Training division to address increasing demands for assistance in addressing barriers to maintaining mission focus, organizational effectiveness and company profitability.
BHS begins providing health risk assessments, on-site biometric screenings, wellness coaching and on-site wellness activities to help control escalating healthcare costs and help develop healthier employees and workplace environments.
BHS acquires PRIME, Inc., Maryland’s oldest standalone Employee Assistance Program.
BHS introduces a comprehensive web-based wellness platform to enable companies to register, track, monitor and reward employees for participation and completion of a range of health and wellness activities.
BHS acquires Acadiana EAP of Lafayette, Louisiana, and establishes the BHS-South operations center to better serve customers in the Southern US.
BHS acquires Raleigh Employee Assistance Program (REAP) Book of Business to expand the company footprint in North Carolina.
BHS rebrands in a effort to refocus attention to the human aspects of our business. The new look and feel included logo and website redesign. We transform organizations by empowering individuals to reach their fullest potential.
2016 - BHS acquires Raleigh Employee Assistance Program (Frank Horton Associates) Book of Business to expand the company footprint in North Carolina.
With 70 employees and 50,000 subcontractors, BHS provides programs to over 425 organizations and is bettering the lives of 575,000 individuals globally.
Meet Our Team
Ready to work for you.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Vice President, Customer Solutions
Vice President, Clinical Services
Helen Young McLaughlin
Director, Leadership and Organizational Development
Vice President, Service Operations
Senior Manager, Learning and Development
Manager, Contracts and Compliance
Supervisor, Clinical Services
Supervisor, Coaching Services
Our Business Development Team
Director, Business Development
Manager, Business Development
Manager, Business Development
The Daily Record’s 2016 50 Largest Women-Owned Businesses
The Daily Record’s 2015 Maryland’s Most Admired CEOs
The Daily Record’s 2015 Maryland’s Top 100 Women
Baltimore Business Journal’s Healthiest Employers, 2013
The Daily Record’s 2013 50 Largest Women-Owned Businesses
Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Award, 2010