7 Reasons To Seek Addiction Treatment
Substance use disorder, which is more colloquially known as drug addiction, is a serious mental...
RECO Intensive strives to uphold the highest standards and best practices within the addiction treatment industry. As a result, our program has been nationally recognized and accredited by some of the leading organizations in the field.
Earning the coveted Gold Seal of Approval is a distinctive honor for any treatment program or medical facility. The Joint Commission (JCAHO) recognizes extremely high standards in care, and has recognized RECO as a leader in the treatment industry.
Through placing an important emphasis on client-family relationships, RECO is recognized and licensed by the Florida Department of Children and Family Services (FL DCF). As addiction directly affects families in South Florida and beyond, RECO works with FL DCF to ensure all sufferers’ and family members’ needs are being met throughout the process of treatment.
In its 100-year history, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) has assisted millions of consumers through its meticulous, comprehensive vetting of American businesses. The BBB has honored RECO with approval and accreditation, cementing RECO’s status as an ethical, compliant, and trustworthy organiz
The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) represents the top facilities in addiction treatment. Aiming to consistently improve advocacy and quality of care, the NAATP acts as a representative of change in Congress, the insurance industry, and the addiction field itself.
Behavioral Health Center of Excellence® (BHCOE®) is an international accrediting body created to meet accreditation needs specific to the delivery of behavior analysis. The BHCOE’s accreditation requirements undergo regular review according to international standards for organizations that grant accreditation. All BHCOE requirements and survey content are reviewed annually by content experts. BHCOE Accreditation ® is a certification given to an applied behavior analysis provider once it has demonstrated it has met and continues to meet an assortment of clinical and administrative standards as determined by an independent third-party evaluator.
A branch of the US Department of Health and Human Services, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) develops resources for the prevention, treatment, and long-term rehabilitation of addiction, in addition to collecting data and analytics. This accreditation solidifies RECO as a nationally recognized leader in intensive outpatient care.
The Florida Certification Board (FCB) was established to certify professionals in the mental health and addiction field based upon education and compliance with ethical and safety regulations. The FCB has granted several members of team RECO with Certified Addiction Professional and Master’s Level Certified Addiction Professional distinctions.
The Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC) provides empowerment and resources to all addiction specialists. NAADAC requires all members to uphold a strict Code of Ethics and Standards, and honors RECO and its contribution to the treatment field with the benefits of membership.
Recognizing and representing Florida’s premier substance abuse treatment providers, the Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association (FADAA) is a leading voice in the treatment industry. As a member of FADAA, RECO upholds a commitment to supporting those suffering from addiction in the state of Florida and beyond.
ASAM, founded in 1954, is a professional medical society representing over 6,000 physicians, clinicians, and associated professionals in the field of addiction medicine. ASAM is dedicated to increasing access and improving the quality of addiction treatment, educating physicians and the public, supporting research and prevention, and promoting the appropriate role of physicians in the care of patients with addiction.
The National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) recognizes RECO as a qualified member. NCCA ensures the health and safety of the public while offering accreditation to those programs that demonstrate compliance with all industry-regulated standards.
The National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR) acts as a certified support system for recovery residences nationwide. As they work to promote industry standards and to provide resources to those suffering from addiction, they recognize RECO as an exemplary affiliate
The Florida Association of Recovery Residences (FARR) ensures that recovery residences are well maintained and compliant with the NARR standards and the FARR Code of Ethics. Promoting the importance of excellence in treatment standards, FARR has certified all of RECO’s residences.
The National Council is at the forefront of efforts to ensure that behavioral health services remain strong and viable. They use their considerable expertise and influence to make sure that legislation, policy, and regulations are aligned with the interests of those we serve. From informing year-round engagement with elected officials, payers, and administrative agencies to rallying the entire field around key causes at our annual Hill Day in Washington DC, the National Council points the way toward effective grassroots advocacy.
A governing body for recovery residences in the Palm Beach County area, the South County Recovery Residence Association (SCRRA) ensures the highest quality management of care. An advocate for all residents, the SCRRA works directly with the City of Delray to guarantee compliance with all local and city ordinances.
With a focus on funding and policy-making in the world of behavioral health, the Florida Behavioral Health Association (FBHA) works directly with partners in the industry to promote health and wellness for residents of the state. FBHA honors RECO as a trusted member and shares a similar mission of improving treatment standards for behavioral health.
The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) serves as a comprehensive resource to addiction treatment practitioners. One of the leading advocacy organizations for addiction, NCADD recognizes RECO as a leader in the field.
As a Facility Partner of the Alliance for Addiction Solutions, RECO upholds the rigorous standards set forth by the organization, and partners in its mission to build awareness surrounding biochemical addiction. Founded in 2007, the AAS nourishes connections within the industry and promotes a message of tolerance and education.
Recognizing professional excellence in the Greater Delray Beach area, the Chamber of Commerce has inducted RECO as a Gold Member of the Chairman’s Club. Highlighting the best of the best amongst local businesses, the Chamber of Commerce identifies RECO as an outstanding representative of the community at-large.
A local non-profit organization focused on improving the lives of those suffering from addiction in the Delray area, the Delray Beach Drug Task Force (DTF) works alongside RECO in its mission. A group of concerned community leaders, the DTF provides support for recovering individuals and their families.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH), a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the nation’s medical research agency — making important discoveries that improve health and save lives.
Palm Beach County Substance Awareness Coalition was created to give parents and youths the tools to live drug and smoke-free. By bringing together teens, parents, educators, business owners and many other partners, they coordinate activities, provide information, and organize public awareness campaigns to steer youths and adults away from harmful substances. As a member of the PBC Substance Awareness Coalition we work with the community to help reduce underage drinking, drug abuse, and their consequences.
Psychology Today is a web-based resource for consumers looking for mental health providers. Through their verification process, they determine that the information describing the practitioner is accurate, factual and real. They also ensure that the provider listed on their site is a credible source for medical and clinical treatment. As a partner of Psychology Today, we are able to provide a verifiable addiction resource for individuals searching for Intensive Outpatient Treatment.
NADCP is the premier training, membership, and advocacy organization for the treatment court model, which now includes over 3,000 programs found in every state, four territories, and over twenty countries. As a member, we work with drug courts and clients in South Florida to advocate for treatment and ensure continued success within the program.
The CRC designation represents an advanced level of specialized, graduate education and training. CRCs have a commitment to ethical practice. CRCs engage in lifelong learning. Rehabilitation counselors who have earned the CRC designation possess a marketable and valuable credential that distinguishes them from other counseling professionals. CRC certification also establishes a recognizable point of differentiation with employers and clients, which promotes consumer confidence and protection in the workplace.
MAP’s mission has been to improve outcomes for the millions of people annually diagnosed and treated for the chronic disease of addiction, formally referred to as Substance Use Disorder. MAP delivers a much-needed long-term support model by deploying a proprietary approach to engagement, peer recovery support services and outcomes reporting – all designed to improve health outcomes for individuals and families, as well as reduce preventable healthcare cost.
PATH Intl. is the credentialing organization for accrediting centers and certifying instructors and equine specialists. Through our certification and accreditation programs, plus a wide variety of educational resources that includes an annual international conference that can attract close to 1,000 attendees, the association helps members start and maintain successful EAAT programs.
NABH advocates for behavioral healthcare and represents provider systems that are committed to the delivery of responsive, accountable, and clinically effective prevention, treatment and care for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults with mental and substance use disorders.
NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
The HIPAA Seal of Compliance has become the healthcare industry standard for verification. Federally-mandated HIPAA standards, regulated by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR), such as the The Privacy Rule, or Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information, establishes national standards for the protection of certain health information. The Security Standards for the Protection of Electronic Protected Health Information (the Security Rule) establish a national set of security standards for protecting certain health information that is held or transferred in electronic form. As compliant, we offer our clients privacy and security during their stay with us
NCQA Health Plan Accreditation builds upon more than 25 years of experience to provide a current, rigorous, and comprehensive framework for essential quality improvement and measurement. It is the only program in the industry that bases results on clinical performance and consumer experience (HEDIS® and CAHPS®).
The Division of Health Quality Assurance protects Floridians through oversight of health care providers. The Division is funded with more than $49 million in state and federal funds. Health Quality Assurance licenses and/or certifies and regulates 40 different types of health care providers, including hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and home health agencies. In total, the Division licenses, certifies, regulates or provides exemptions for more than 48,000 providers.
Each channel of help at intervention.com (IDC) adheres to an ethical pledge and standards of care including: never brokering a client or selling a referral. As a provider, we share personal and organizational ethics with the Fair Care Promise.
TPAS is supported by addiction treatment centers and a variety of other professional organizations including continuing care centers, sober living facilities, and recovery community organizations. We are all striving to improve long term recovery outcomes for our clients. By putting our heads together we can all offer more innovative and effective solutions to support our clients’ long term recovery efforts. TPAS’s vision is to foster dynamic collaboration between addiction treatment professionals seeking to improve outcomes for alumni and all others in recovery.
Expertise.com finds and reviews the top service professionals in over 200 industries across the U.S. Each month, the organization researches more than 60,000 businesses to help customers find the best-qualified professional(s) for their needs. Their process is constantly evolving, ensuring they are able keep up with industry changes. When expertise.com says a provider is one of the best — it is!
The Florida Chapter of the APPA was formed in 2004 to provide members within the state’s educational institutions a means to develop excellence in facilities services and operations through collaboration, education and partnership development. The FLAPPA fosters mutually supportive objectives among Florida higher educational facilities organizations as well as K-12 organizations; promotes relationships that provide personal and professional development through leadership, educational, and networking opportunities for all facilities personnel; and fosters the professional spirit among persons engaged in this work.
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