The Exodus mission is to bring the tools for the best possible quality of life to our clients. Our concept of total health care incorporates the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of each client. Our programs strive to create an environment which promotes the holistic treatment and dignity of all participating and to develop services maximizing clients’ self-determination.
Since the inception of Exodus Recovery, it has been our mission and purpose to develop and deliver integrated services to severely marginalized individuals with complex mental and physical illnesses and co-occurring disorders. Exodus seeks to serve the neediest and most vulnerable members of society who may be too unwell to access existing mental and physical healthcare, substance use services and social services systems. Exodus “Recovery” was founded in 1988 with the primary goal of promoting holistic wellness and recovery objectives through a system of programs recognized nationwide for innovation and excellence, including: 24/7 crisis stabilization, inpatient, outpatient, addiction services, residential, housing and homeless services. Operating statewide in California, Exodus services are delivered by a network of caring and compassionate clinicians who are committed to aiding and supporting this chronically ill population through our continuum of care and into mental, physical and emotional wellness.
The mission of the UCLA Center for Health Services and Society is to strengthen resiliency and improve the mental health of local and national diverse populations through rigorous research, effective programs, and partnering with consumers, children and their families, community-based and policy agencies.