Building an Ethical Organization

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Creating a Social Program Creating a Social Program By: Matt VanSickle .
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Creating a Social Program Mission Statement To provide cost-effective services that improves the lives of our consumers. By emphasizing independence, respecting diversity, supporting individuals and families in the community, and promoting personal and community safety. Some of the values that we share with everyone that will attend our organization will be ethically respectable. All people have value. Everyone we serve is treated with respect and dignity. Diversity strengthens our community. We promote individual and family independence. We support collaboration and integration of services. We support prevention and the least restrictive setting as part of our continuum of care. We value innovative, evidence-based approaches. We are leaders and catalysts for change. We are accountable stewards of public funds. I think the mission statement and the values can really send a great message to the community and what it is we are trying to do for the kids in the community. Not only do we care, but everyone who comes into our Organization and seeks help has values and ethically that is important. They will feel like they belong and not like they have a problem and feel like this is their second home. Some of the values are very important to the mission statement as well as the community. Such as, everyone will be treated with respect and dignity. I feel that this is important because if we are
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Creating a Social Program going to help people we definitely need to treat people with respect and dignity. The reason why this value is so important is because it will make are clientele feel more welcome and safe and well treated to where there won’t be any mistake of the organization being known as a bad agency. The Adolescents will walk in with their head held down and there guard will be up, but when they walk out they will have their head held high and leave with a totally different attitude then when they walked in. We are leaders and catalyst for change. This is a great value that will be respected and worked on at all times. Having a mindset that we are leaders and catalyst for change can really make you think differently about how you go about your work. However, for the teenagers that come in to try and better themselves can also use this value to their advantage. If they believe that they are leaders then they can change their own lives rather than being a follower and getting into peer pressure and making bad decisions. Only if we can make the teenagers believe in themselves then we are doing our job and when we do our job the teens start to come up on top and start changing their lives.
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