Simple Intervention is now CARF Accredited

Providing High Quality Intensive Family Based Services

What does accreditation mean to persons served?

CARF Accreditation demonstrates to customers that our organization is committed to reducing risk, addressing health and safety concerns, respecting cultural and individual preferences, and providing the best possible quality of care. Accreditation demonstrates that our organization values the input of our clients and is accountable to the community. Accreditation demonstrates that our organization has made a specific commitment to put the needs of our residents at the center of everything we do. Accreditation indicates that our organization respects the rights and individuality of our patients

Person-­centered services

Persons served play an active and vital role in the CARF accreditation process, from helping to develop the international performance standards to giving input on the quality of services they receive. Through accreditation, providers demonstrate their belief that all people have the right to be treated with dignity and respect, have access to needed services that achieve optimum outcomes, and are empowered to exercise informed choice.Simple Intervention is pleased to join CARF in this mission.

For more information about CARF International, the standards, or the accreditation process, visit www.carf.org

What does accreditation mean to persons served?

CARF Accreditation demonstrates to customers that our organization is committed to reducing risk, addressing health and safety concerns, respecting cultural and individual preferences, and providing the best possible quality of care. Accreditation demonstrates that our organization values the input of our clients and is accountable to the community. Accreditation demonstrates that our organization has made a specific commitment to put the needs of our residents at the center of everything we do. Accreditation indicates that our organization respects the rights and individuality of our patients