Mission: Provide and cultivate an atmosphere of recovery where all young people can overcome drug addiction and alcoholism through social interactions with recovery communities and 4D recovery mentor services.

Vision: To create a sustainable, young people’s recovery community center that is integrated into the addictions recovery service continuum at the local, state and national level.

To accomplish our vision and mission, 4D embraces inclusivity while maintaining focus on the population we serve: Young People.  4D’s concept of young is adopted from Alcoholics Anonymous. 35 & under groups were codified around the 1950’s. Based on this, 4D focuses our energy on the 35 & under recovery community.

The disease of addiction and alcoholism do not discriminate and neither should the recovery therefrom. While 4D is a welcoming environment to all young people seeking recovery, we DO NOT tolerate any form of discrimination. We do seek to educate and promote unity between different groups of people. We ensure that our services are equitable by engaging the community in dialog and collecting data through surveys. Please check-out the 2016-17 Operations and Impact Report for comprehensive information regarding our Philosophy, Operations and Community Demographics.