Hope - We believe that a hopeful perspective facilitates healing and recovery.


Inclusion - We want people to feel included in the community of their choosing.

Empowerment – We believe that people with mental illness and their families should be given choice in their own recovery process and on policies related to the issues that challenge them.

Opportunity - We believe that people with mental illness should have access to education, income and employment as a way to increase their independence and quality of life.

Collaboration – We believe that our community needs to come together on behalf of its most needy and vulnerable members.


Diversity - The MHAMC knows that mental illness affects everyone; regardless of age, race and religion.