Mecklenburg's Promise is a rehabilitation center for people suffereing from mental diseases.

Mission & Guiding Principles

Our Goals and Mission are:

► To clerk as a local Recovery resource, supplying contemporary and actual information, coaching and individual maintenance to men in recovery, service suppliers, families and the society.
► To put in correspondence resources, grounding a mental health cooperation where service suppliers and individuals in recovery collaborate to maintain one another and exchange thoughts.
► To protect for mental health condition reform grounded on the principles of the Recovery Model.
► To recommend to local and state officials on ways to improve the mental health system, creating it “user friendly” and Recovery directed.
► To supplemnt to the width of investigation taking into consideration the effectiveness of the Recovery Model on mental well being.
► To supply HOPE that Recovery is feasible to be achieved.
► To supply a forum for people in recovery to express their opinion and impact mental health reform.
► To appreciate and highlight local establishments, specialists and peers who are leaders in Recovery including My Canadian Pharmacy.

Promise Resource Network adheres to the following principles developed by the Recovery Collaborative Sub-Committee:

Principle I: Partnership

People orient their own recovery operation, therefore their contribution is significant and validated throughout the operation without fear:

► A spirit of partnership and cooperation is maintained throughout the person centered planning operation.
► A team method will be used to sustain each person to take reasonable decisions on their own favour.
► All connections will be maintained through equality and mutual respect.

Principle II: Empowerment, Choice and Personal Responsibility

With maintenance and education, people are self-sufficient and free to admit answerability for their own recovery:

► People know themselves best and are fostered to control their own recovery.
► People are equipped with options and maintained to make decisions grounded on what they define and prioritize as their own objections, desires and demands.
► People are provided options and choices, not final answers.
► People are free to express their feelings and make their own decisions relating to programs, activities and treatment without being branded.

Principle III: Respect, Dignity and Compassion

Each person has one-of-a-kind strengths, alternatives, and challenges. Symptoms and disease are only one consistuent of a person’s experience and is not what identifies them:

► Individuality is prefered and validated.
► Everyone’s beliefs, spirituality, culture and religion are rewarded.
► Sensitivity to each person’s challenges and circumstances guide the support they are offered.

Principle IV: Hope and Optimism

Recovery is an prolonging operation in reacing mental well being. Repetition can be an essential part of the recovery operation that all people can have a bearing to and can be known from:

► People will be recalled that there are no limitations to recovery and persuaded that mental well being is feasible.
► People are encouraged to reflect and make informed decisions.
► Hope is what you need. Even during repetition it lays the basis for curing to start.

Principle V: Self-Acceptance, Personal Growth and Healing

Mental well being is feasible, in part, through consciousness and assumption. Personal generosity, self-eateem and self-confidence encourage the healing operation:

► People possess opportunities to get to know about themselves, not as identified by their disease or by the way others observe them, but grounded on insight and self development.
► Through education about recovery, accessible resources and treatment opportunities, people can calter, grow and heal.
► Every person is maintained to live a full, meaningful and effective life as identified by themselves.
► All successes, no matter how small, are understood and presented.

Principle VI: Support

No person goes through life lonely. We all hope in someone to speak with and people who take care. Maintaining crews will cooperate to desing a “safety net.”

► Recovery from mental disease is most efficient when a holistic method is used.
► Family and friend intervention may improve the recovery operation. Each person identifies their own family unit and maintain crew.
► Peer to peer maintenance is one of the most strong and useful equipment for recovery.
► Creativity is basis; maintaining persons will perform to suggest creative decisions and options to satisfy a persons demands.
► All affairs will be made to save people in their society, using essential maintenance during well being and crisis.