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Our mission is to provide charitable services beneficial to individuals dealing with social issues including, but not limited to: Lack of healthcare, lack of education or under
educated, displacement/homelessness, lack of parenting skills, co-occurring mental health/substance use disorder, and HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases.
We envision a world free of the disparities that hamper many minorities from achieving self-determined and self-fulfilling lives.
Our programs build on our clients’ unique personal and environmental strengths,
and we see ourselves as partners in achieving self-determined and self-fulfilling lives
We intentionally create a workplace culture that enables ROTEP to thrive, allowing us to accomplish our mission with integrity and efficiency, now and in the future.
We approach our work with zest and enthusiasm, and we won’t rest until we have achieved our vision
We rely on evidence-based practices to achieve positive outcomes and to
spark innovation. We continue to learn
We treat others as we would like to be treated ourselves, and we work to understand how culture enriches this complex commitment.
We begin with the end in mind and measure our results to inform future
efforts, providing accountability to our clients, our funding sources, our community, and our workforce.
We encourage bold and imaginative solutions to individual, family and
- Information dissemination about: available medical and social service resources, the nature and extent of behavioral health issues and literature to support behavior change.
- Prevention education and life skills training: self-care & hygiene, hierarchical framework for understanding the relative effectiveness of
different risk-reduction strategies; implementation of appropriate evidence-based interventions.
- Problem identification and referrals: screening and assessment, problem
identification, facilitating access, referrals and placement in substance abuse and mental health treatment and medical care, sexually transmitted disease testing and follow-up.
- Follow-up to insure that clients receive the
- Community-based process: advocate in the larger sense for clients with behavioral health issues through involvement in community coalitions, community planning groups, Ryan White Planning Council, CDBG, US Vets, etc. aimed at building community capacity.
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