Strategic Priorities 2016

New Path is pursuing the following four strategic priorities that will support our mission.

Program Priority

New Path Youth and Family Services will be a leader in the innovation and integration of services that meet the mental health needs of children, youth, and families.

Stakeholder Priority

New Path Youth and Family Services is recognized as an innovative leader and partner, utilizing a collaborative and integrated approach to children, youth, and family mental health.

Organizational Capacity Priority

As a leading and learning organization, New Path Youth and Family Services staff, Board members, students and volunteers continually expand their capacity to ensure a flexible and adaptive approach to attain our goals and objectives.

New Path Youth and Family Services staff, Board members, students and volunteers are ensured sufficient access to the space and systems support, regardless of location, required to deliver on our goals and objectives.

Financial Priority

With diversified funding, New Path Youth and Family Services will achieve moderate growth in predictable revenue to $10 million by 2016.