Peaks Recovery Centers’ is a fully accredited recovery center under the Joint Commission’s Behavioral Health Care Accreditation program.
What is the joint commission?
Peaks Recovery Centers’ is an accredited recovery center under the Joint Commission’s Behavioral Health Care Accreditation program. The Joint Commission is a national licensing and rehab center accreditation body that has established strict criteria for how behavioral health companies operate. The JCAHO standards ensures that our organization adheres to a national standard of safety and care delivery processes. Our JCAHO accreditation is a visible demonstration to the individual and family members we serve of our commitment to safe, quality care, treatment services.
The Joint Commission provides periodic external evaluations by recognized experts in our field where they provide impartial evidence of the treatment quality of care we offer. The Joint Commission offers families a sense of assurance when it comes to unethical practices that happen within this field. Peaks Recovery is accountable to both state and national standards set by the Joint Commission and we take their recommendations to heart resulting in better treatment for your loved one. Learn more here.
Why is accreditation so important to our field?
There are over 14,000 durg and alcohol addiction treatment providers across the country. Choosing the right drug and alcohol rehab for your loved one can be a daunting task given that many programs across the country. But not all providers are created equal and there are many inappropriate and unethical providers ready to accept your insurance, fly your son or daughter across the country, and promise treatment that will ultimately be insufficient for you or your loved one’s needs.
Peaks Recovery Centers’ on the other hand is held to the highest, most strict standards of care by the Joint Commission. We take the Joint Commission’s gold seal of approval to heart and it is our goal to continually work with the Joint Commission to ensure all our clients a safe environment of care that is clinically appropriate for you or your loved one.