Our Addiction Treatment Accreditations
Why Accreditation Is Important in Addiction Treatment
Covenant Hills Treatment Center is committed to high-quality, client focused addiction treatment. Because of this, our priority has always been to offer a completely licensed and accredited program. This means that our addiction treatment has undergone rigorous evaluations and examinations to ensure the highest standards.
This means you and your family can rest assured that we have the resources, experience, and evidence of a quality addiction treatment center.
Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (Carf)
The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) is an independent, non-profit organization that accredits health and human services providers. CARF accreditation is a recognition of an organization’s commitment to providing high-quality, customer-focused services. Accreditation is awarded based on an organization’s demonstrated compliance with CARF standards, which cover areas such as program quality, customer satisfaction, and resource management.
CARF accreditation comes from a comprehensive review and evaluation process, which includes on-site surveys and interviews with staff and customers.
Accreditation from CARF is widely recognized as a hallmark of quality and is used by many healthcare payers and regulatory bodies as a measure of an organization’s performance and quality.
California Department of Health Care Services
The California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) oversees the development of policies and regulations related to the delivery of health care services in the state of California. DHCS works to improve the quality and accessibility of addiction treatment services, and to ensure that they are delivered in a cost-effective and efficient manner.
DHCS also issues licenses to addiction treatment centers that meet the department’s requirements, and it has the authority to revoke or suspend licenses for centers that fail to comply with regulations. The licensing process helps to ensure that addiction treatment centers in California provide safe and effective care, and that they meet established standards for the delivery of quality services.
National Association of Christian Counselors
The National Association of Christian Counselors (NACC) is a non-profit professional organization that promotes excellence in Christian counseling. It is made up of mental health professionals, such as licensed therapists and psychologists, who are committed to integrating faith and spirituality into their practice. The organization provides its members with resources, training, and support to help them provide effective and ethical counseling services to those in need.
NACC also seeks to raise awareness of the importance of spiritual and emotional well-being, and to promote the integration of faith-based principles into mental health care.
National Association of Addiction Treatment Services
The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) is a trade association that represents addiction treatment centers and providers in the United States. It was established to promote the highest quality of care for individuals struggling with addiction and to advocate for policies that support the addiction treatment industry.
NAATP works to promote public education about addiction and its treatment and to influence public policy and funding for addiction treatment programs.
American Society of Addiction Medicine
The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) is a professional organization dedicated to the advancement of addiction medicine. It is comprised of physicians, healthcare professionals, and other individuals who are committed to improving the quality of care for individuals struggling with addiction.
ASAM provides education, training, and resources for its members and works to raise public awareness about addiction as a disease. The organization also advocates for policies that support the development of effective addiction treatment and recovery programs.
Addiction Treatment Advocacy Coalition
The Addiction Treatment Advocacy Coalition (ATAC) is a group of organizations and individuals committed to advancing access to quality addiction treatment services. ATAC serves as a voice for the addiction treatment community, working to promote public understanding of addiction as a treatable disease, and advocating for policies that support the development of effective addiction treatment programs.
ATAC also works to address barriers to care, such as insurance coverage, stigma, and inadequate funding, that prevent individuals from accessing the treatment they need.