Hope By The SeaA comprehensive, accredited addiction treatment center with dedicated programs for every circumstance.
CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) is a non-profit accreditation organization, which seeks to improve the quality of service that addiction treatment centers provide. Multiple levels of accreditation can be given to an addiction treatment facility, with a 3-year CARF accreditation being the highest.
Hope by the Sea was given CARF’s 3-year accreditation, indicating our facility demonstrated exceptional conformance to each of CARF’s accreditation conditions. This level of accreditation signifies that our center met or exceeded standards for facility quality, practices, organizational management, and treatment outcomes. This accreditation also signifies that our facility is focused on continuous improvement, and has positive image within the local community. Click here to see our Cultural Diversity Survey.
CARF accreditation is an important factor when considering a facility for your addiction treatment needs. Accreditation shows that the facility is safe, cost effective, highly qualified, and well renowned by current and past clients and family members. It also signifies that communication with a client’s loved ones, while they are attending treatment, is prompt and thorough.
The 3-year CARF accreditation is a stamp of legitimacy that is recognized worldwide. Insurance companies recognize this level of quality, and are more likely to cover treatment at a facility that is highly regarded enough to receive CARF accreditation.
The level of accreditation we have received from CARF is a direct result of the quality we employ in every aspect of our California addiction treatment program. Hope by the Sea’s staff, facilities, programs, and treatment methods are second to none, and are all carefully selected to provide the highest level of individualized care to each client. To learn more about our facility, call (866) 930-4673 or inquire online today.