FELLOWSHIP HOUSE RECEIVES THREE-YEAR CARF ACCREDITATION WITH NO RECOMMENDATIONS!!!
Fellowship House is committed to delivering high quality services to the individuals we serve. We are equally committed to maintaining a high level of quality standards for business practice. We are extremely proud to have achieved Three-Year Accreditation from CARF, which is the highest level of accreditation possible.
CARF Surveyors made some recommendations during our survey, granting Fellowship House with a Three- Year Accreditation once again.
We are accredited in the following programs:
- Assertive Community Treatment: Mental Health (Adults)
- Case Management/Services Coordination: Psychosocial Rehabilitation (Adults)
- Community Housing: Psychosocial Rehabilitation (Adults)
- Community Integration: Integrated: AOD/MH (Adults)
- Community Integration: Psychosocial Rehabilitation (Adults)
- Outpatient Treatment: Integrated: AOD/MH (Adults)
- Outpatient Treatment: Psychosocial Rehabilitation (Adults)
- Employment Services: Community Employment Services: Job Development
- Employment Services: Community Employment Services: Job Supports
- Employment Services: Community Employment Services: Job-Site Training
Our current accreditation extends through November 2017.
Additional Information About CARF
WHAT IS CARF ACCREDITATION?
When considering an adult mental health provider, how do you evaluate the different available options? Where do you look to determine which providers may offer the highest quality services? The answer is CARF International. CARF International is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services providers in the areas of Aging Services, Behavioral Health, Child and Youth Services, Durable Medical Equipment, Employment and Community Services, Medical Rehabilitation, Opioid Treatment Programs, and Vision Rehabilitation Services. Programs and services that are CARF accredited have demonstrated their conformance to internationally recognized standards for service delivery. They have demonstrated their commitment to continuous quality improvement and a consumer-driven focus.
PERSON CENTERED SERVICES
Persons served play an active and vital role in the CARF accreditation process, from helping to develop the international performance standards to giving input on the quality of services they receive. Through accreditation, providers demonstrate their belief that all people have the right to be treated with dignity and respect, have access to needed services that achieve optimum outcomes, and are empowered to exercise informed choice. Fellowship House is pleased to join CARF in this mission. For more information about CARF International, the standards, or the accreditation process, visit www.carf.org.