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CARF annually accredits thousands of health and human service programs across the continuum of care, serving children to seniors. The services include many types of living and care options, including addiction and substance abuse treatment, rehabilitation after an injury or disease, employment for persons with a disability, home and community services, and retirement living. Given the diverse needs of the various populations, the programs are organized into eleven standards manuals, each serving the unique needs of persons served.
Aging Services (PDF)
Behavioral Health (PDF)
Business and Services Management Network (PDF)
Child and Youth Services (PDF)
Employment and Community Services (PDF)
Medical Rehabilitation (PDF)
One-Stop Career Center
Opioid Treatment Program (PDF)
Vision Rehabilitation Services (PDF)
Service providers may request
blended surveys that combine programs from two or more standards manuals into a custom accreditation to meet their unique circumstances. For information about any of the CARF programs, please call (888) 281-6531 and ask to speak to a resource specialist.
View the ASPIRE to Excellence® video (Flash, 2 1/4 min.) to learn about CARF's framework for business practice standards. Or read the script.
In the following videos, CARF-accredited providers and surveyors were interviewed about their experiences with CARF.
Video - The benefits of choosing CARF accreditation
Video - Recommending CARF to colleagues
Video - The global value of CARF
A report of the U.S. Surgeon General and of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention emphasizes the role every American can play in protecting their friends, family members, and colleagues from suicide.
National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention overview
of the report's goals and objectives and the Action Alliance's priorities.
From the Surgeon General's website:
News from CARF's partners, read the release titled The National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention responds to new CDC report, ''Increase in Suicide in the United States, 1999-2014.">.
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