Having the Executive Director or CEO on board doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll have a smooth Accreditation process, but NOT having them involved guarantees trouble!
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Congratulations! You’ve worked hard to earn accreditation, which affirms that you meet designated national industry standards, and that you are focused on supporting your staff, organization-wide continuous improvement and most
Not only does the board of directors need to be “on board” with accreditation-they also play a critical role-both directly, and indirectly throughout the accrediting process.
I am often approached by people who are just beginning on the road to national accreditation and have no idea where to start. Our conversations tend to follow a similar
In this short video, Jennifer explains which teams’ and individuals’ involvement are required for a successful accreditation outcome.
Achieving accreditation offers human service organizations professional recognition for meeting quality standards in service delivery. It also provides clients and other key stakeholders with an appropriate tool for effectively evaluating
In this video, we explain some of the challenges organizations typically face trying to obtain national accreditation. When agencies understand some of these fundamental issues, it can equip them to
It is important to gain the necessary buy-in from staff and board members before undertaking the strategic process of seeking national accreditation for your organization.
In 2018, the Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA) mandated that Qualified Residential Treatment Programs (QRTPs), in part, must be licensed by their state and achieve national accreditation to receive
The Joint Commission’s behavioral health care accreditation program has undergone some transformative changes in recent months. These changes are expansive in their consideration for adoption, family preservation, foster and kinship