Vision and values

Vision

Threshold’s vision is to work creatively with others to deliver a choice of quality services for homeless and vulnerable people so they can realise their full potential and make a positive contribution to communities where they live.

We are committed to a collaborative approach to working in other agencies.  We firmly believe in the benefits of having open and trusting working relationships with our partners to maximise the value of services to our customers.

We have a strong commitment to the promotion of continuous and innovative improvements to our existing services.  At the same time we are keen to develop new and creative service responses to meeting needs.

Our vision with the New Charter Group is GREAT Homes, GREAT Neighbourhoods, GREAT People.

 

Values

The reason why Threshold exist is to actively work with homeless and vulnerable people to support them to achieve greater independence and improved wellbeing

In doing so, we work with some amazing people who not only inspire us but they also make a real difference to their service, their community and to Threshold.

Our values help us to achieve our Social Mission.  Our values are the same as our New Charter which are GREAT;

G - GENUINE

R - RESPECT

E - EXCELLENCE

A - ACHIEVEMENT

T - TOGETHER

You can read more about our Values here and the behaviours we follow to embed these values.

Corporate Plan

You can read the New Charter Group's corporate plans for 2015-20 and see where Threshold fit in here.

Twitter

  • about a day agoRT @JoannePrestidge: Looking forward to hosting this morning's webinar on #housingfirst for women with @threshold76
  • about a day agoRT @threshold76: Standing together against domestic abuse https://t.co/OcUse2bUM9
  • about 2 days agoLearning about MATAC from Northumria police - shocking figures re Dv #DCVN2017 https://t.co/OQ2HdKY8Md

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