It’s important to know who to trust. This is true for individuals you may know, of course, but it’s just as true for organizations. If you don’t know whether or not you can trust an organization, just as many or more disasters could befall you than if you had just incorrectly trusted a single person. For example, you wouldn’t put your money into a savings account if you didn’t trust the bank. You wouldn’t call the police if you didn’t trust that they would help you when they arrived.
While you may not have much say in who your local police officers are, you can pick most of the organizations and groups that you choose to deal with. When you or a family member is dealing with addiction, it’s extremely important to be able to trust the rehab center that you are going to work with. How do you decide who to trust, though?
If you ever had trouble with a public employee, such as a public school teacher or a police officer, you can report these individuals to the local government agencies that oversee them. Likewise, you can also look up public records to see how these individuals (and the schools or agencies they work for) have dealt with the public in the past. With private organizations, however, there might also be a governmental organization overseeing their licenses and right to practice in a certain area.
Many organizations such as rehab centers decide to take an extra step, however. They want to be proactive and show the community and their clients that they are adhering to the highest possible conduct and standards of care. For this reason, accreditation organizations exist.
These non-profits exist to oversee organizations in a certain sector of society, such as drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers. They develop high standards of conduct and allow rehabs to apply for membership if they can meet these standards. They also regularly inspect rehab facilities to ensure that the centers really are delivering on their promises.
Narconon Arrowhead Passes with Flying Colors
Narconon Arrowhead is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility in the town of Canadian, Oklahoma. It is fully accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (also known as CARF.) CARF oversees more than 22,000 rehab locations on several continents, and it holds every one of them to the very highest standard of care.
Narconon Arrowhead was recently inspected by CARF, and it is proud to report that it passed the accreditation standards with flying colors. CARF recognized Narconon Arrowhead for its high-quality work in a number of areas. For example, the organization noted the dedication of Arrowhead staff members to their jobs and the positive effect that they had on clients. It also noted that many of Arrowhead’s staff are themselves graduates of the program, a testament to its effectiveness and ability to turn lives around. Additionally, having so many graduates as care providers showed that the staff really understood what clients go through and can thus help them progress that much faster.
Another area of recognition is the positive effect that Narconon Arrowhead has had on the surrounding community. Through its outreach programs, Arrowhead has been able to educate many members of the community on the dangers of drugs. CARF noted that local community members were very appreciative of the help that Arrowhead had been able to provide.
Narconon Arrowhead has been accredited by CARF for twenty years, and it continues to exemplify the high standards that any rehab program can be proud of.
PR Web: Narconon Arrowhead Displays Exemplary Conformance to CARF Accreditation Standards – http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/02/prweb11589623.htm