The Minnesota Chippewa Tribe Human Services Division will ensure that all staff adhere to Ethical Standards.  The Human Services staff are expected to uphold the Mission Statement and the ethics standards below in the delivery of services to clients and in all program related activities.  The Human Services staff will maintain an organizational climate that supports ethical behavior.

Code of Ethics

Standard I:
The Human Services Division is committed to respecting, improving, and maintaining the well-being of each client.  This shall be accomplished by establishing and providing a professional relationship with each client; acknowledging the client's autonomy, values, and cultural identity.  Services will be delivered with dignity and confidentiality.

Standard II:
The Human Services Division staff shall maintain high professional standards.  Staff members are expected to abide by confidentiality within the division and to demonstrate accountability at all times.

Standard III:
The Human Services Division staff are expected to use appropriate lines of communication within and outside the division.

Standard IV:
The Human Services Division staff are expected to maintain clear boundaries between their own personal statements, beliefs, or actions and those of the division.

Standard V:
The Human Services Division shall create a climate that supports ethical practices.

Human Services Mission Statement
The mission of the Human Services Division of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe is to provide a circle of quality services to elders, families and children within the tribal community by promoting self-sufficiency through health, wellness, employment, education, cultural identity, advocacy and training.

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