Why Accreditation Should Matter to You
Joint Commission accreditation is a nationally recognized symbol of excellence that demonstrates our commitment to exceeding all standards of excellent care. The gold seal of approval is a reminder of our promise to provide:
- Exceptional drug and alcohol detox treatment care.
- A safe, clean and comfortable treatment facility.
- Expert addiction treatment professionals.
While accreditation is not required, we choose to maintain it in an effort to continually improve our processes, treatment and overall care for each client.
About the Joint Commission
The Joint Commission is the oldest and largest health care accreditation and certifying body in the United States. Founded in 1951, this organization continually strives to ensure the public has access to the safest, highest-quality treatment by evaluating various healthcare organizations and programs. Today, more than 21,000 health care organizations have received accreditation and/or certification by The Joint Commission as a commitment to maintain and exceed standards of excellence set by The Joint Commission.
Standards of Excellence
The Joint Commission standards by which facilities are evaluated are determined by the leading experts and professional organizations in the industry. These standards focus on the safety and quality of care provided to all individuals and they are consistently reviewed and updated to ensure that they align with the latest changes in the healthcare industry. To be accredited, each organization or program must meet these measurable standards and once accredited, the institution will receive access to quality improvement tools to inspire continual growth and ongoing efforts.
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