We are committed to the attainment of an inclusive and diverse society responsive to the social and economic needs of the wider community. Fundamental to this response is a commitment to respect, dignity and freedom of expression and the ability to collaborate with external generic services to promote greater participation.
We will empower people in situations of helplessness who are marginalised or devalued to access options and pathways reflective of their skills, abilities and choice.
ECHO presents as an effective and accountable organisation. We value teamwork and acknowledge the importance of person centred service provision and the achievement of individual outcomes.