Mission, Vision, and Values
New Futures is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that advocates, educates and collaborates to improve the health and wellness of all New Hampshire residents.
New Futures envisions a State and local communities whose public policies support the health and wellness of all New Hampshire residents.
Respect - We respect with dignity and autonomy of each person, as well as the integrity, privacy, pride, beliefes, and cultures of our stakeholders, partners, and others. We treat our staff with respect and dignity, and provide a supportive environment.
Integrity - Our organization's activities and programs are consistent with our state mission, compatible with our organizational capacity, respectful of the interests of our varied partners, and managed with the highest level of honesty, compassion, and professionalism.
Excellence - Our continuous growth mindset encourages visionary governance, exemplary management, and exeptional staff. We value and uphold the highest ethical and professional standards in all working relations. Our decisions are data-driven and based on the best available knowledge and practices.
Stewardship - We are able to accomplish our mission through the generosity of others. We promote responsible stewardship of the resources entrusted to us for the accomplishment of our work.
Accountability - We emphasize evaluation and accountability through ongoing measurement of our efforts and initiativves.
Collaboration - Our success in realizing our mission is reliat upon ongoing, meaningful collaboration with key partners. We staff our organization with employees that value teamwork and see the value of building external relationships.
Openness - We value effective communication with our stakeholders and among our staff. Transparency for our mission, program activities, and finances is critical to educating members of the public interested in the work that we do. We aim to be approachable and accessible for collaboration with anyone passionate about reducing drug and alcohol problems in New Hampshire.