Our Mission:

To support individuals in finding their authentic selves and to assist them to face life traumas through individual, group and family work.

Our Vision:  

It is our vision that a pluralistic world will exist where all abilities, races, creeds, faiths, sexual and gender orientations will be honored and empowered to be more resilient.

We Recognize:

  • The importance of all aspects of a community

  • That all individuals and families are important to society
  • That a family consists of two or more people who choose to share love and support to one another.  They may be related though commitment, marriage, birth, or adoption.

  • That programs are made for people not people for programs.

  • There is currently an inherent power structure that limits some individuals and families and promotes others.

  • That mental health issues can arise from all of life’s domains for any individual.