Exploring our Core Values: Accessibility

This is the fifth post in our look at the five core values of iHope. Today we’ll dig into our core value of Accessibility.

What does Accessibility mean?

In a simple statement, we at iHope want to be here for those who are hurting and need care. There can be many barriers that prevent an individual or family from getting involved in counseling. We have established our location and pay structure to be reasonable for many in our community. All clients are invited and welcome at iHope. We have worked hard to intentionally outline our mission, vision, and values in order to provide clarity and openness to our clients and local churches.

Why is this a core value of iHope?

All of us go through seasons of difficulty, struggle, and pain. We do not want anyone needing help to find themselves unable to get the support they need, and we want local pastors to have plenty of quality, like-minded resources available when people come to them needing counseling and care. It is our desire to help people find hope and healing in their lives and relationships.

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    Be a resource within reach of anyone who needs help.
    Philippians 2:5-8, Galatians 6:2, Proverbs 22:9