Announcing our New Mission, Vision and Values Statements
Prevention Network is proud to announce the launch of our new logo and brand identity as part of the ongoing evolution of our organization. As our work in prevention constantly adapts to better understand the current landscape, our organization felt we needed to update our branding to reflect these changes. With the support of the Michigan Health Endowment Fund, our Board and Staff wanted to ensure our mission, vision, and values are inclusive and represent who we are. We expanded our mission to support prevention across the lifespan and updated the language to currently accepted substance use disorder terminology. We also detailed what our values mean to us. This mindset is at the core of each goal, objective, and activity you will find in our new strategic plan. Lastly, we updated our logo to a cleaner, simpler version, while keeping the purple color and Michigan mitten that people have come to recognize us by. With that, you will continue to find the same programs and support that you always have. You will see these updates reflected on our website by the end of 2022.
Cultivate healthy communities across Michigan through resources, technical assistance, and support
A life free of substance misuse in Michigan
Lead with integrity
Empower local communities
Leverage collaboration to bridge gaps
Prevention Network’s board and staff, equipped with guidance from community members and currently available data, created its 2023-2025 Strategic Plan. This strategic plan is created in an effort to support local prevention efforts and ensure effective prevention in our communities. Intentional in its design, this document will help us provide credibility to our future planning and prevention efforts.
This plan highlights Prevention Network’s key goals and activities to serve as a statewide networking/support system, grow core networks and programs, develop and maintain communications, monitor and share national and state legislative updates, provide training, financial support, and technical assistance to individuals and community groups, and strengthen the Network’s identity as a visible, credible, statewide leadership organization.
This updated logo is clean, clear, and easy to read. We used similar colors to the old logo, while all around giving the design a much more modern look and feel!
To learn more about these updates, please contact Louise Montag at firstname.lastname@example.org