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Continuing and Higher Education Accreditation

Accreditation isn’t just important for human service organizations – Continuing Education and Training (CE/T) programs can benefit from accreditation

Adding Some FUN Into Accreditation Prep!

Accreditation is a lot of work, but that doesn’t mean it has to be all paperwork and surveys! Watch

EHR Systems and Accreditation

An Electronic Health Record (EHR) system is not necessary to get accredited, but it can certainly help! Watch the

From Invitation to Impact – What to Consider Before Joining a Nonprofit Board of Directors

Congratulations! You’ve just received an invitation to join the board of directors at a well-respected nonprofit. How exciting is

Accreditation’s Impact on Insurance Coverage

Accreditation isn’t just a badge of honor—it’s a key factor influencing insurance coverage across industries. From healthcare to education,

I Don’t Want to Get Accredited… Here’s Why!

As the CEO of a nationally recognized accreditation consulting company, I am often confronted with questions about the benefits

Five Reasons for Addiction Treatment Providers to Become Accredited

Accreditation is more than just an accomplishment! Watch this video to learn the benefits of accreditation for addiction treatment

Accreditation: Time and Money Involved

Two of the most common questions asked when people are thinking about accreditation are, “How much time will it

Accreditation as a Catalyst for Reducing Turnover and Attracting Top Talent

When your organization is providing necessary services for children, youth, families, and individuals, it’s vital that you have the

Advantages of Obtaining Behavioral Health Accreditation

Accreditation is an investment of both time and money for you and your behavioral health organization. So why go

Accreditation 101

For those who may be new to the accreditation game, in this video Jennifer goes over the basics of

Get Accredited Without Breaking the Bank

Human service organizations play a crucial role in meeting the needs of vulnerable populations, and it is essential that