Value Cards

This resource is ideal for:
Community Members
ATOD Specialists
Allied Health Workers
Community Service Workers
School Health Nurses

About this resource

The Value Cards are designed as a tool to view personal and professional values, attitudes and beliefs.

The Value Cards provide time to reflect, set new goals, change ideas, and learn about the values of the people in your life.

Originally created in 2001 at the University of New Mexico, we offer an adapted version as an open exercise for service and individual usage.

Each pack contains 89 Value Cards: includes 3 Heading cards (Very Important, Important & Not Important) and 86 Values (Achievement, Love, Faithfulness, and much more).

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Personal Values Card Sort (2001), W.R. Miller, J. C’de Baca, D.B. Matthews, P.L. Wilbourne, University of New Mexico,