Florida Center for Recovery (FCR) carries the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Behavioral Health Care Accreditation. What is the significance of this seal to a recovering client and their families? As a symbol of quality and compliance, the honor of this accreditation demonstrates that the addiction treatment programs we offer uphold the highest standards for safe and effective care. The accreditation of our facility lets you know that the facility’s treatment staff and addiction professionals offer research-based practices and therapies that meet nationally recognized standards and best practices in addiction medicine.
FCR joins the ranks of the best treatment centers in the country meeting the rigorous standards in providing effective health care. Meeting those standards is an intense process, which FCR gladly embraces.
Every three years the Commission is onsite to survey and review every single aspect of our programs. Care, treatment, services, leadership, and other areas of our addiction treatment program are investigated to ensure that FCR’s Recovery programs are in compliance with The Joint Commission’s behavioral health care standards. In addition, members of the Commission observe our daily functions and interview our staff for a set period of time, making sure we are keeping our promises, aligned with our mission, to provide our clients with outstanding care.
ABOUT THE JOINT COMMISSION
The Joint Commission was founded in 1951 with a mission to improve health care. The Gold Seal of Approval® from the Joint Commission is the ultimate validation that a treatment provider is proactively working toward excellence in the care they provide, acknowledging that it is of the highest quality, as well as value. More than 21,000 organizations are accredited and certified. Behavioral Health Care Accreditation has standards carefully curated by professionals, care providers, scientists, researchers and those who are receiving care.