Decisions made by prevention professionals directly affect the lives of those with whom they work. Trust in prevention professionals is imperative if there is an expectation that we will be able to facilitate change in the lives of individuals and communities. Although we might consider ethics to have little variation from one professional practice to another, Prevention Ethics address six very specific principles. Because Prevention Specialists have a unique role in the community working with coalitions, schools, organizations, and businesses it is imperative that the Prevention Specialist have a solid understanding of the ethics issues specific to the Prevention profession.
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