Guiding Principles

 

  • Hanley Foundation deepens understanding of, and broadens exposure to, the causes, symptoms, effects, and responses to, substance use disorders through evidence-based training.
  • Hanley Foundation believes reducing youth substance use supports healthy personal and community development.
  • Hanley Foundation believes that every individual and family deserves a chance of finding recovery.
  • Hanley Foundation facilitates access to quality treatment with a full continuum of care and expectation of recovery.
  • Hanley Foundation focuses on healthy children, families, and communities, through evidence-based prevention education, training programs, and best practices.
  • Hanley Foundation champions evidence-based youth prevention education and collaborates with and empowers other stakeholders.
  • Hanley Foundation focuses on programs and supporting social norms that are positive in nature and promote positive behaviors.
  • Hanley Foundation believes in closing the empathy gap and expanding acceptance through elevating societal understanding of substance use disorders as treatable diseases.
  • Hanley Foundation believes that knowledge and fact-based advocacy are the keys to changing societal understanding and resolve to action surrounding substance use disorders.
  • Hanley Foundation advocates for legislation to improve equitable access to care and evidence-based youth prevention education.