To strengthen the family unit by promoting mental health and well-being through proactive programs of education, prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery, and to strengthen the individual’s self-concept through personal development, taking into consideration the multicultural communities served. See our Family Centered Model.
LIVING IT, MODELING IT, EXPECTING IT
RespectEveryone deserves respect. Learning respect for self and for others, including those in authority, creates positive relationships.
Responsibility is taking ownership of our attitudes and behavior while also striving to be active, productive, engaged citizens.
Having the ability to find quick and clever ways to overcome difficulties is being resourceful. By identifying internal and external resources, we can make healthier choices.
Being resilient means withstanding adversity and recovering from difficult conditions. When we learn to be more resilient we develop a healthier, happier life.
Recovery is regaining what was lost. With support, recovery can be achieved by learning new skills to sustain positive relationships, emotional stability and personal satisfaction.
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SPIRITT is an acronym for Skills for Prevention, Intervention, Recovery, Individual Treatment and Training.