Values, Purpose and Meaning in our Lives
Our core values are: Care, Compassion, Generosity and Respect for ALL. We are committed to call on all our staff and volunteers to live and work by these values, which are common to people who have no faith or people of different faiths.
Our ethos is to care firstly for people's emotional, social and physical well-being. However, we are also alert to the spiritual dimension in people’s lives and the spiritual well being of individuals. Spirituality does not have to mean faith, it can mean any aspect of their own personal life experiences and beliefs.
Anyone in Mode Rehabilitation (whatever their faith tradition or whether they have none) may speak about his or her faith and spirituality if they feel so inclined.
Our principles are embodied from our founders experience, who was inspired by overcoming difficulties to help people with psychological problems, and continue recovery orientated services in the community.
Our Founding Story is at the heart of what we are as an organisation and many of our supporting staff and volunteers do not see themselves as Christians.
We at Mode Rehabilitation are pleased to welcome people as service users, whatever their faith or none. In the same way we are glad to work with people, staff, volunteers or partner organisations, as valued colleagues, whatever their faith or none.
Our main objectives are both practical action and service to others.
The belief that every person has the potential to experience an enjoyable and fulfilling life and that this potential can be realised is fundamental at Mode Rehabilitation.