Hope drives our attitudes, relationships, and actions to project the belief that positive change can occur, and goals can be achieved.
We understand that those we serve have needs for caring, compassion and respect as they do the hard work of addressing their addiction. We communicate this from our initial welcoming message and continue throughout their stay. Our staff has similar needs, and to be effective, we are committed to diversity and inclusion, and encourage a culture of caring, compassion, and respect.
Our services reflect a thorough understanding of the strengths and needs of those we serve and offer a range of high quality, trauma-informed, evidence-based practices in the field of addiction. We continuously improve our services through assessing our outcomes, our wise use of resources, responding to changing community needs, and supporting the development of our staff.