To provide safety and support to victims of domestic violence and rape/sexual assault.
To serve the mental health needs of Latino children and their families.
To reduce sexual violence and its effects through confidential counseling, advocacy, education, and community awareness for adults and children.
To stop sexual violence and its impact through support, education and advocacy.
To support and promote infant and young children's mental health in the state of North Carolina.
To prevent addictions and promote healthy living through education, training and best practices.
To provide choices and opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities to live, learn, and grow in the Durham community.
To educate the public, increase awareness about psychiatry, psyctiatric illnesses and treatments.
To provide life skills for chemically dependent adults and families within a supportive residential environmental leading to independence.
To provide supervised living to individuals and families suffering from substance abuse.