1.Social Justice: The belief that all individuals have the right to equal treatment and opportunities, and that systems of power and privilege should be challenged and dismantled.
2.Human Dignity: The belief that all individuals have inherent worth and deserve to be treated with respect and compassion.
3.Empowerment: The belief that individuals and communities should be supported in their efforts to achieve self-sufficiency and to have agency over their own lives.
4.Collaboration: The belief that partnerships and collaboration with individuals, organizations, and communities are essential to effectively address social issues and achieve positive change.
5.Responsiveness: to the needs and concerns of the individuals and communities they serve.
6.Accountability: transparent and accountable to the public and to the individuals and communities we serve.
7.Inclusion: The belief that all individuals should be included and valued in society, regardless of their background, identity, or abilities.
8.Innovation: open to new ideas and approaches, while adapting to changing circumstances to better meet the needs of the individuals and communities we serve.