In 2008, the agency received its first national accreditation through the Council on Accreditation which oversees child and family behavioral health services.
Accreditation provides reliable and objective verification of credibility, integrity and achievement, assuring:
• strong financial controls are in place;
• best practice methods are being followed;
• high standards of organizational and management oversight are practiced; and
• services are client focused, mission driven and outcome oriented in all aspects.