The Mission of PCA is to offer pathways to wholeness, healing, and hope through caring and effective mental health services.
We help make our community healthier, safer, and more productive, by improving the lives of the people we serve, helping individuals and families build on their own strengths, and by supporting the work of other caregivers and service providers.
We strive to improve the value of our services to individuals, families, and organizations by responding to their needs in an ethical, accessible, safe, and professional manner.
We recognize that a professional and diverse staff is PCA's most valuable asset and that we must continually improve recruitment, growth opportunities, and retention of staff.
We value partnerships and promote community networking. We are an ever-available resource for caregivers and community organizations.
We measure the effectiveness of our efforts by their results, including client improvement and satisfaction, and community impact.
We work to maximize revenues and resources to meet the needs of those we serve, while minimizing costs and the duplication of services.
We work to educate the community about mental illness and mental wellness, to reduce fear and prejudice against people with mental illness; and to inspire trust and confidence in the value of PCA's mental health services.