To promote awareness of and appreciation for those among us living with mental illness in Durham County.
To provide services for older youth/adults with disabilities to encourage lifelong learning, establish meaningful relationships within the community, and create opportunities to serve others in need through community service partnerships.
To promote mental health by educating the general public and health care professionals, and by providing public service projects to the community.
To promote mental wellness through advocacy, prevention, and education.
To promote and advocate for mental health wellness and recovery.
To increase educational opportunities for African American youth; develop programs to empower youth and succeed academically; provide role models for young black males, and strengthen community support and involvement for black youth.
To provide affordable mental health counseling to the un-insured and under-insured of Western North Carolina.
Rescue, recovery and rehabilitation homeless shelter with a long term program for men and women with alcohol and other drug addictions.
To advocate for victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
To enable substance abusers to be productive, recovering individuals.