To improve the quality of life for residents, the Coalition will serve as an advocate for the community and provide a forum for collaborating with service providers, churches, institutions, and volunteers to:
improve access to quality services and eliminate disparities of service
streamline and prevent the duplication & fragmentation of services
identify unmet needs and determine strategies to meet those needs
educate individuals on challenges, resources and opportunities
promote positive youth development while emphasizing the reduction of substance abuse and other negative behaviors
serve as the lead agency for Emergency Support Function 15 (Volunteers and Donations), facilitating the Unmet Needs Committee, the Agency Resource Survey, and serving as the Long Term Recovery Coalition.