What is accreditation and why is it important?
Phoenix Programs Inc. is currently accredited through CARF International and has been since 2010. The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services. As an accredited service provider Phoenix Programs has applied CARF’s comprehensive set of standards for quality to our business and service delivery practices. We demonstrate conformance to these proven standards and are committed to continuous quality improvement.
Accreditation demonstrates to our participants that Phoenix Programs…
— Is committed to reducing risk
— Is committed to addressing health and safety concerns
— Is committed to respecting cultural and individual preferences
— Is committed to providing the best possible quality of care
— Values the input of our clients and is accountable to the community
— Has made a specific commitment to put the needs of our residents at the center of everything we do
— Respects the rights and individuality of our patients
Consumers like you have choices in directing your services. Carefully researching and selecting your options are essential steps to finding the services you need and achieving the results you desire.
CARF’s recognition of our agency as meeting the highest international standards for a rehabilitation facility also opens the doors for us to expand the number of insurance companies who include us in their network of providers for professional services.
|Program||Program Focus||Age Group/Special Population||Accreditation Decision|
|Case Management/Services Coordination (BH)||Integrated: AOD/MH||Adults||Three-Year Accreditation|
|Outpatient Treatment (BH)||Alcohol and Other Drugs/Addictions||Adults||Three-Year Accreditation|
|Rapid Rehousing and Homelessness Prevention Program||Veterans||Adults||Three-Year Accreditation|
|Residential Treatment (BH) for adult men||Alcohol and Other Drugs/Addictions||Adults||Three-Year Accreditation|
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