To assist individuals, families, and communities from all walks of life achieve freedom from substance, alcohol and process addictions and other harmful patterns of behavior.
2. Bring relief and restore dignity to people living with addiction and substance abuse.
3. To train and equip facilitators to provide recovering services to all.
4. Demonstrate commitment to excellence and provision of equitable services to all those affected by addiction through ongoing research and evaluation of all our programs, processes and services.