Our mission is to provide the highest quality of services to individuals seeking treatment for substance use and/or mental health disorders. We assist our clients in achieving sobriety, sustaining recovery, and fulfilling personal goals in order that they may lead healthier, more productive lives.

At Spectrum Health Systems, we take great pride in our organization and in our work. We believe that providing the highest quality service and ensuring that our actions and behaviors are always client-focused place our organization ahead of the rest. As an organization, we strive to…

  • Show respect, patience and compassion for our clients, families and co-workers.
  • Provide services based on best practices and leading clinical research which demonstrate positive outcomes.
  • Understand and address our clients’ needs.
  • Provide the highest quality of care.
  • Assume a positive attitude and professional manner.
  • Uphold our public trust and professional obligations.
  • Act with integrity and consistency.
  • Promote an atmosphere of trust and teamwork amongst fellow staff.
  • Appreciate and value the diversity of clients, co-workers and communities.
  • Maintain a clean, orderly and welcoming environment.
  • Present a professional image to our clients, our purchasers and the communities in which we work.
  • Recognize and appreciate the talent of all staff.
  • Encourage and participate in professional development opportunities.
  • Work in partnership with our clients, customers and communities.
  • Operate efficiently and effectively.

What we do is important — HOW we do it is what sets us apart.

This distinction is what we call the “Spectrum Way.”

“Recovery helps you love yourself again. It’s about second chances, an opportunity to re-write the future and lead a happy life. I have dreams now. I want to renew relationships and get my loved ones back.”

“I remember thinking that I could handle it…that everything was okay. My life was controlled by drugs. One day, I hit rock bottom. I felt utterly hopeless and I knew I had to make a change.”

“The staff at Spectrum taught me ways to cope with everyday issues. I’m beginning to feel powerful, like I’m in control. I realize that I don’t know all the answers and that it’s okay to ask for help.”

“I’ve grown a lot since coming to Spectrum. I’m learning how to cope with everyday issues. I also take responsibility for my actions, which is definitely something new for me.”

“I entered Spectrum’s detox at the lowest point in my life. While I was there, I took a tour of the residential program. I decided to try it because I did not want to go back to my old way of life. Now I’m in recovery, working and making plans for my future – something I never dreamed possible.”

“When I was drinking, I thought I was only hurting myself. But when you’re in recovery, you realize how your actions hurt the people you love the most – your family and friends.”