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  • History and Purpose
    Course
    Manito, Inc. 2010
  • Outline:
    Purpose, Values, Mission, Vision
    History
    Manito Defined
    Top 10 Responsibilities of the Manito Community
    Manito’s Organizational Beliefs
    Conditions of Quality
    Manito, Inc. 2010
  • “Centers for Innovative Learning”
     
    PURPOSE
    “Creating relationships and learning experiences that make a difference.” 
     
    VALUES
    Integrity
    Commitment
    Interconnectedness
    InnovationJustice 
     
    MISSION
    “To develop and/or provide quality and innovative services to people with psychosocial, educational, and vocational needs, creating an enhanced quality of life and social responsibility.”
     
    VISION
    "Manito is the premier provider of non-traditional learning opportunities.  We create possibilities by developing innovative services, providing outcomes based measurable results, and creatively building partnerships with others."
    Manito, Inc. 2010
  • History
     
    1979 – Began Manito Day Treatment Service under the auspices of Community Action Programs of Franklin County
    1981 – Incorporated as Manito, Inc., a private, non-profit organization
    1984 – Began a Community Residential Rehabilitation Program (CRRS) for adult male offenders – closed 1986
    1987 – Began Day Treatment Program- Adams County
    Began Correctional Education Programs- Franklin and Adams County Prisons
    1988- Began Day Treatment Program – York County
    1990 – Became licensed as a Drug and Alcohol Outpatient Center
    Began Family Therapy Services
    Began Day Treatment- Franklin Co- Brown’s Mill Center
    1991 – Purchased Madison Avenue School for York County Day Treatment
    1992 – Began the Alternative High School in Franklin Co.
    1993 – Began Evening Intensive Program- York County
    1994 – Began Day Treatment- Fulton Co.
    Began Family Preservation Services- Adams Co.
    1995 – Built the Alpine Tower
    Began the HOPE Classroom – Chambersburg Middle School
    1996 – Began School Based Counseling Services
    1997 – Began Evening Intensive Program – Franklin Co.
    HOPE Classroom – Tuscarora School District (closed 2005)
    1998 – Began Family Preservation Services – York Co.
    HOPE Classroom – Gettysburg School District
    Began Alternative Education Program – York Co.
    Purchased Bradley Academy for York Alternative Ed
    1999 – HOPE Classroom – Littlestown
    Began York County J.U.M.P. Program
    2000 – HOPE Classroom – New Oxford
    Purchased Gettysburg Center
    2001 – Began Birdsboro Center – Berks Co.
    HOPE Classroom – Spring Grove
    Built Team Development Course, Giant Swing, Flying Squirrel
    Purchased Psychological Center- Chambersburg, PA
    Began Adams Co. J.U.M.P. Program
    2002 – Became Licensed as Mental Health Provider/FBMH
    Began Wrap-Around Services
    Began Nittany Valley Center – Centre Co.
    Began HOPE Classroom – Fulton Co. (closed 2005)
    Began Franklin Co. J.U.M.P. Program
  • History
     
    2003 – Began Red Lion HOPE
    Began Special Education Treatment Program (SETP)
    Began Off Campus Suspension School (OCS)
    Crossings became a partner with Manito, Inc.
    2004 – Began Drug and Alcohol Services – Punxsutawney
    Began HOPE Elementary at new Gettysburg Center
    Began Alternative Education Center – Cumberland Co.
    Began Student Assistant Program – Franklin & Fulton Counties
    2005 – Began In-School Suspension Program – Brookville, PA
    Began HOPE Classroom, Martinsburg High School – West Virginia
    Began HOPE Classroom, Potomac Valley Center – Petersburg, West Virginia
    2006 – Began Alternative Education Center – Dauphin Co.
    E.S.C.A.P.E. Center became a partner with Manito, Inc.
    Began Alternative Education Center – Huntingdon Co.
    2007 –
    2008 –
    2009 –
    Manito, Inc. 2010
  • Is a term used by the Delaware Indians to describe a “Spiritual guardian” who provided guidance and protection to the adult braves. It is the mission of Manito to provide guidance, direction, and skill development to individuals that will assist them in being successful and socially responsible members of society.
    Manito, Inc. 2010
  • Top 10 Responsibilities of the Manito Community
     
    1. Courage to Inspire Others
    Create HOPE and possibilities. People are inspired to do what they do well by the love they feel for what they do, by the people with whom they share tasks and relationships, and by their commitment to being of service to others. We are all leaders, and leaders inspire by modeling the way for others.
     
    2. Authenticity
    Live the Manito Core Values and Guiding Principles. Create perfect alignment between what we think, what we say, what we feel, and what we do.
     
    3. Service
    Make a difference in the world. We are all here to serve and create abundance for others. Be a servant in the community, a steward of Mother Earth, and an instrument of change for individuals. Work to eliminate social injustice, violence, poverty, inequality, a lack of civility, and fear.
     
    4. Mastery
    Be the best! Undertake whatever you do to the highest standards of which you are capable. Mastery is possessing a commitment to do what it takes to be the best in whatever we do, being devoted to continuous personal and professional improvement, and polishing one’s skills, competencies and practices. Mastery embodies a commitment to excellence in everything one does. “Good is the enemy of Great!”
     
    5. Build Relationships
    Everything meaningful in life comes through relationships. Relate so well with others that they actively seek to associate themselves with you. Relationships are dependent on listening to the thoughts, feelings, and perspectives of others because to relate well with them, we must first understand them. Building strong relationships includes placing a high value on harmonious interactions with others and taking the initiative to repair, maintain, and build friendships. The cornerstones of relationship building are truth-telling and promise keeping.
     
    Manito, Inc. 2010
  • Top 10 Responsibilities of the Manito Community
     
     
    6. Sacredness
    When we view everything as sacred it creates a whole new meaning of value. People are sacred. The planet is sacred. Resources are sacred. Our spirits are sacred.
     
    7. Teamwork
    We are all part of one unified and interconnected system. We are connected to a team, a program, an organization, a community, a universe. Together we create a unified vision, define expectations, and celebrate our successes. “Many tribes, one drum!”
     
    8. Passion
    Create Exceptional Learning Experiences – Find your passion and let it come alive. Create exciting learning experiences that focus on meeting the quality, relevance and value expected by students, clients and the community.
     
    9. Professionalism
    Establish professional boundaries and influence others through your example. Model professional behavior, dress, and language.
     
    10. Learning
    You are responsible for your own career – Seek professional development opportunities, find a mentor, and build relationships. Remove yourself from the blame game of everything wrong with your life is someone else’s fault. The only person you can control is yourself!
     
     
    -Bob Whitmore
    August 23, 2004
    Manito, Inc. 2010
  • Organizational Beliefs
    A Safe Place
    We believe in creating an atmosphere that is emotionally and physically safe.
    We believe in creating small, interpersonal environments that promote mutual support, trust, and respect.
    We believe in social responsibility, mutual accountability and acceptance of individual differences.
    We believe in working together to solve problems.
    A Caring Place
    We believe that learning occurs through the development of meaningful relationships.
    We believe we are all interconnected to each other and the community.
    We believe we achieve more by utilizing a team approach.
    We believe in designing learning opportunities that are relevant and needs satisfying.
    Manito, Inc. 2010
  • Organizational Beliefs
    A Learning Place
    We believe individuals learn continuously throughout their lifetime through self-evaluation and development.
    We believe in setting high standards for achievement and performance.
    We believe in continuous improvement because “good enough never is.”
    We believe in learning approaches that are useful and innovative.
    A Fun Place
    We believe in the celebration of individual and team successes.
    We believe in living the FISH Philosophy: “Play, Be There, Make Their Day, and Choose Your Attitude.”
    We believe learning occurs through active involvement.
    We believe connections are developed through humor.
    Manito, Inc. 2010
  • Conditions of Quality
    Manito, Inc. 2010