- Office of the Director
- Mental Health
- Substance Use
- Forensic Services
- Clinical Support & Referrals
- Acute & Integrated Health Care
- Plan Administration
ACBH Mission, Vision, & Values
Who We Serve
To support and empower individuals experiencing mental health and substance use conditions along their path towards wellness, recovery, and resiliency.
We envision a community where all individuals and their families can successfully realize their potential and pursue their dreams where stigma and discrimination against those with mental health and/or alcohol and drug issues are remnants of the past.
A-C-B-H-C-S: Our values represent who we are and who we strive to be!
Access. We value collaborative partnerships with peers and consumers, families, service providers, agencies and communities, where every door is the right door for welcoming people with complex needs and assisting them along their journey towards wellness, resilience, and recovery.
Consumer & Family Empowerment. We value, support, and encourage individuals and their families to exercise their authority to make decisions, choose from a range of available options, and to develop their full capacity to think, speak, and act effectively in their own interest and on behalf of others they represent.
Best Practices. We value clinical excellence through the use of best practices, promising community-driven ideas, and effective outcomes, including prevention and early intervention strategies, to promote well-being and optimal quality of life. We value business excellence and responsible stewardship through revenue maximization and the wise and cost-effective use of public resources.
Health & Wellness. We value the integration of psychological, emotional, spiritual and physical health care to promote the wellness and resilience of individuals recovering from the multi-dimensional effects of mental illness and substance use disorders.
Culturally Responsive. We honor the voices, strengths, leadership, practices, language and life experience of ethnically and culturally diverse individuals and their families across the lifespan. We value operationalizing these experiences in our service settings, collaborative treatment planning, and the strategies we use to engage our communities.
Socially Inclusive. We value advocacy and education to eliminate stigma, discrimination, isolation, and misunderstanding of persons experiences mental illness, trauma, and substance abuse disorders. We support social inclusion and the full participation of our clients, consumers, patients, and family members to achieve fuller lives in communities of their choice – where they can live, learn, love, work, play, and pray in safety, security, and acceptance.