Recognising the worth of the individual regardless of his circumstances, status, race, religion, politics or behaviour.
Fostering the growth of human dignity and respect.
Respecting individual and group differences.
To be the leading service provider and advocate in Tasmania for men experiencing disadvantage and homelessness or at risk of experiencing homelessness (including sole fathers and their children) and to be recognised and valued as a centre for the wellbeing of all men experiencing social disadvantage.
To ensure the provision of high quality, consumer driven, integrated services to meet the needs of men experiencing disadvantage.
To work collaboratively with other agencies to minimise service duplication and ensure that clients are provided with access to all supports needed for recovery from homelessness.
These values and principles form the basis and underpin the work of the organisation. All staff, volunteers, board members and business partners must be aware of these values and principles and ensure that their work supports the capacity of the organisation to realise these.
56 Warwick Street
P: (03) 6234 4594
F: (03) 6234 7515