Strategic Plan 2017-2020
The George Hull Centre is committed to providing quality service and space, for both clients and employees to thrive.
Through clinical excellence and a continuum of mental health services, our mission is to reduce suffering, provide hope and enhance the quality of life of infants, children, youth and families.
The George Hull Centre is committed to working in partnership with families, with children and youth, and with other community services to improve the mental health of the children and youth of Toronto. A commitment to gender equality, cultural sensitivity and accessible economic opportunities provides an organizing framework to the philosophy of the Centre.
Our three-year strategic plan identifies four priorities which will enable us to grow and thrive as a centre of clinical excellence and help staff and clients achieve our vision of mental wellness from infancy to adulthood.
As digital becomes the new normal, The George Hull Centre must adapt its processes and services to save space, ensure staff are operating efficiently, and ensure clients remain supported using best practice.
Become a paperless organization
Modernize interactions with clients
Stay ahead of tech trends, while ensuring security of personal information
The George Hull Centre relies on evidence-based practice to provide the best services. Outcomes measured and reported will focus on criteria of clinical excellence to build the profile of the Centre. Goals:
Define clinical excellence
Develop a process for measuring clinical excellence
Identify how and to whom outcomes should be communicated
To develop new capacity through partnerships and attract additional funding, The George Hull Centre will refine its core message and customize how we communicate with specific audiences and stakeholders. Goals:
Develop a targeted communication strategy
Refine the Centre's brand image
To fulfill its responsibility to the community, The George Hull Centre must better serve and meet the needs of the community's diverse population. Goals:
- Identify the highest priority populations not appropriately being supported by the Centre
- Identify barriers to service for the highest priority populations
- Design and implement solutions to address these barriers