IBH Addiction Recovery recently received a 3-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). CARF accreditation signals a service provider's commitment to continually improving services, encouraging feedback, and serving the community. The accreditation process applies CARF’s internationally recognized standards during a site survey conducted by peer surveyors. IBH Addiction Recovery has received this accreditation for 3 successive accreditation cycles.
The report created by CARF included a list of areas of strengths observed during the review process. Notable strengths included:
- “All of IBH Addiction Recovery programs provided are carefully designed to enhance the quality of life and improve the well-being of all clients. The services offered are a reflection of the community needs, ensuring a strong collaboration and partnership which enhances the quality of service.”
- “All clients were very positive about the programs and reported that they were treated with respect. Clients were able to articulate their treatment goals and indicated that staff members not only cares about them but were willing to go above and beyond in making certain their needs were met.”
- “A strong, integrated culture of recovery and wellness is exhibited throughout all programs. Clients served express that staff members are caring, committed, dedicated, persevering, resourceful, and the best.”
"The CARF accreditation is independent verification that the continuum of care we have developed is providing effective drug and alcohol addiction treatment to our clients,” says IBH Addiction Recovery Executive Director Jonathan Wylly. “Having a nationally recognized authority affirm the quality of IBH Addiction Recovery’s programs and services and the dedication of our staff reinforces our belief in the work we do.”
The CARF accreditation process is intended to assure the public of a provider's commitment to continually enhancing the quality of services and programs with a focus on the satisfaction of the individuals served.
Founded in 1966, CARF International is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services and currently accredits more than 60,000 programs and services at over 28,000 locations.