NIMHSP is a national organization which supports Muslim human service providers and those who support what we do. We are a resource that provides our members with information that furthers their careers and activities. We are professionals in many capacities such as doctors, chaplains, Imams, counselors, law enforcement, direct care, nursing, computer services, and every interaction that involves providing human services. We are operating according to the highest human standards.
We are not just Muslims, and if you are interested you too can join. We are representing the standards that Muslims bring to human service which is compatible with industry standards in human service, but reaches higher toward a beautiful goal of excellence. Join our mission and become a part of an organization that pays it forward and believes in your contributions.
The fundamental values of the National Institute for Muslim Human Service Practitioners include respecting the dignity and welfare of all people; promoting self-determination; honoring cultural diversity; advocating for social justice; and acting with integrity, honesty, genuineness and objectivity.
Human service professionals consider these standards in ethical and professional decision making. Conflicts may exist between this code and laws, workplace policies, cultural practices, credentialing boards, and personal beliefs. Ethical-decision making processes should be employed to assure careful choices. Although ethical codes are not legal documents, they may be used to address issues related to the behavior of human service professionals. Requirements for members.
Persons who use this code include members of the NIMHSP, students in relevant academic degree programs, faculty in those same programs, researchers, administrators, and professionals in community agencies who identify with the profession of human services. The ethical standards are organized in sections around those persons to whom ethical practice should be applied.