Who We Are

Guiding Business Practices

  • Accessibility – ensure there are no barriers to accessing services with regard to location, costs, attitudes, facilities, language or waiting lists.

  • Efficiency – conduct data-driven business practices in an efficient manner so services are affordable to the community.

  • Quality – provide excellent care through person-centered services, evidence-based practices and consumer-focused outcomes.

  • Talent – dedicate resources to attract, retain, support and develop a talented, engaged and diverse workforce.

  • Sustainability – perform business and fiscal practices responsibly and gain support for the organization to serve consumer needs in the future.

  • Advocacy – engage in efforts to ensure needs are met, rights are protected and that policies and resources are developed to support recovery.

  • Accountability – be responsible to consumers, the community and funders by measuring outcomes and being transparent in our work.