Fraser House Society operates a cluster of programs all designed to decrease substance misuse and lead to improved health for the community of Mission. Each of the five program units has its own specific objectives and target group, but together they function within an overall strategy to meet the needs of the community as a whole.
Fraser House Society holds the view that substance misuse is a serious community, family and individual problem that affects the lives of every member of the community. Since substance misuse severely impacts the lives of family members and others, all members of the family and community deserve assistance in dealing with the consequences.
Substance misuse can seriously affect an individual in all areas of life: psychological, social, physical, spiritual and emotional. Fraser House therefore offers a bio-psycho-social-spiritual model of addiction treatment which recognizes the broad range of factors involved in the development and progression of addiction and recovery. This model is inclusive rather than exclusive in its view. The complex nature of addiction requires a comprehensive treatment approach that will meet individual client needs.