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To build resilient children, families, and adults through behavioral health services, victim advocacy, and community outreach.
How we meet our mission:
We provide personalized, evidence-based, and comprehensive community-based programming for people across the lifespan in four core areas:
Why we do this:
At the Kellin Foundation, we believe that services and programming should be principle-driven. As a Board, we have spent much time thinking about what principles are important to us so that we could develop our services and programming consistent with those principles.
A core principle to us is authentic partnership. We believe in co-creating authentic partnerships that allow for people, professionals, and communities to work together to achieve their goals. This is the backbone of our motto of making a difference together!
Within these authentic partnerships, our services and programs are grounded in these guiding principles:
Safety: Assisting with physical and emotional safety and wellness
Restoration: Restoring hope and fostering the unique talents and gifts of each individual to be fully empowered
Healing: Overcoming difficulties and developing peaceful solutions
Wellness: Helping individuals create a sense of balance and stability in their lives by integrating physical, mental, social, and spiritual well-being
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