Our values are central in defining our practice and ensure that all we do remain focused on achieving our vision.
Our values include:
Working with individuals and other agencies in a spirit of cooperation not competition.
Positively embracing learning, change and development, we embrace new theories, models and ideas on how to partner with people affected by prostitution. We do not perpetuate the dynamic of ‘victim’ and ‘rescuer’.
We believe that those affected by prostitution should not be treated as passive victims. They should be treated as individuals who can take control of their own life but may want some support, guidance and information to do this.
We work holistically and aim to help the whole person; physical, mental, spiritual and social needs are all important.
Actively promote a non-judgmental approach; we treat everyone with respect, value and dignity regardless of race, age, gender, sexual orientation, background, ability, culture or religious beliefs.