Guardianship News:

Mission Statement

 

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Our Mission Is…

To raise public awareness about rampant abuses in state guardianship systems throughout the United States.
To advocate for those innocent Victims, potential victims and their families caught in the guardianship web.
For our members as private citizens to engage in creating reforms in guardianship and drastically reduce the number of guardianships in the United States.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our Vision Is

A country where civil rights of the vulnerable are safeguarded, government protections are legitimate and enforced, families are protected, and abuses in guardianship are a thing of the past.

Our Core Values Are

Ownership

We are a coalition of families, victims, advocates, politicians and supporters.

Partnership

We work with a spirit of collaboration and active participation across a spectrum of collaborators.

Leadership

We turn our values into action through public discourse, research, learning, innovation.

Advocacy

We are committed to bringing reform for the benefit and protection of people at risk of losing their lives, assets and families to predatory state sanctioned guardianships.

 

Our Customer Values Are

Advocacy

Victims as well as potential victims and their families need direct assistance and active support aimed at helping them gain access to the interventions they need to effectively deal with the challenges of predatory guardianship.

Coordination of Services

All services and support necessary for an individual to achieve his or her desired outcomes are provided in a manner that is person-centered, integrated and coordinated.

Self-Advocacy

Victims, potential victims and their families have access to training, information and support, as well as the opportunities necessary to develop the skills they need to advocate effectively for themselves.

Social Acceptance of Persons under Guardianship

Persons under guardianship are deserving of their civil liberties and must be afforded their legitimate rights in all aspects of community life and social interactions.

Service Availability, Access and Choice

Victims, potential victims and their families must have access to the range of services and supports necessary for them to achieve their desired outcomes and have a choice in the services and supports they use.

Personal/Professional Relationships

People providing services and supports are caring and respectful of Victims, potential victims and their families, they understand their needs, and they act as true partners in helping people achieve their desired outcomes.