Elements Behavioral Health treatment centers meet the highest standards for quality addiction treatment and client care. Our treatment centers are accredited by, or are members of, one or more of the following:
The Joint Commission is the oldest and largest accrediting body in U.S. health care, with some of the most rigorous standards in the industry. In collaboration with other stakeholders, The Joint Commission (formerly JCAHO) evaluates health care organizations and inspires them to excel in providing safe and effective care of the highest quality and value through onsite surveys, education and performance assessments. Earning The Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval is a widely recognized symbol of quality that reflects commitment to meeting industry performance standards.
CARF (the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) is an independent, nonprofit organization that provides accreditation services worldwide for health and human service providers. CARF accreditation means that a health services organization is meeting internationally recognized organizational and program standards for business practices and quality of care.
NAATP (the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers) is a leading voice in addiction treatment services. NAATP provides leadership, training, support services and advocacy for clinical and administrative excellence among alcohol and drug addiction treatment providers.
Elements Behavioral Health family of treatment centers meets the highest standards for quality addiction treatment and client care. But here, we also believe in doing more than just meeting the standards; in every way, we strive to exceed them.