HSM230 Week 7 Building an Ethical

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Running head: BUILDING AN ETHICAL ORGANIZATION 1 Building an Ethical Organization Kristina M Spencer HSM230 March 13. 2011 Katisha Everrett
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BUILDING AN ETHICAL ORGANIZATION 2 Building an Ethical Organization Description of organization: KSL Youth Project was developed as a non-profit organization dedicated to the youth ages 13 to 21 in our local community. Violence that is seen throughout a child’s life can repeat itself once they have reached adulthood. The cycle can be broken but needs the help of everyone in our local community and beyond. The first service we offer to these youth is a stable and safe environment. They will be housed in a dorm like setting with males and females separated in different buildings. There will be rules and regulations that each youth must abide by in order to stay in this program. The only requirement for this program is that they must have either been abused as a child, live in an abusive home currently, or have run away from an abusive home. They must also take advantage of all the services provided to them during their stay. The second service we will provide to these youth are a chance to complete their schooling through G.E.D courses. They must report to class on the scheduled days and continue to obtain the grades put into place by the state in order to complete the program.
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