Drug and Alcohol Rehab with National Accreditation and Healthcare Facility License
Licensing and accreditation provide an objective, third-party assurance that a program is achieving excellence in patient care and facility operation. You should look for these distinctions when evaluating a treatment center, as they require that the entire organization be dedicated to providing the safest, finest, and most effective rehabilitation experience possible.
Licensed by the State of Florida
In order to provide substance abuse and mental health services in Florida, we are required to be licensed by the state’s Department of Children and Family Services. They conduct a thorough, on-site review, covering everything from staff to quality of care to our facility.
Accredited by The Joint Commission
In addition to our state license, we are also accredited by The Joint Commission, the nation’s leader in developing standards and best practices for health care facilities. Their Gold Seal of Approval tells you we meet or exceed their criteria for patient care. They, too, perform an on-site evaluation, as well as follow-up monitoring.
Two Measurements of Quality Service
Both our state license and national accreditation require us to: