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WHY PICK AN ACCREDITED FACILITY?
A facility that has been accredited by one or more third party organizations means that it has been objectively evaluated and meets strict standards that are recognized by the third parties. Entering a treatment facility that has been accredited provides peace of mind for clients and their families.
THE JOINT COMMISSION
The Joint Commission has been overseeing quality improvement and patient safety in behavioral health care for over 50 years. The Joint Commission's goal is to continuously improve healthcare by evaluating health care organizations, ensuring that that the highest quality of care is met. Receiving the golden badge of approval from The Joint Commission involves an onsite visit by surveyors that trace the patient's experience, conduct interviews, assess the physical facility, and review all documents provided by the service provider. We are very proud that The Ohana earned the approval of The Joint Commission as our clients, future clients, and their families can rest assured that we truly strive to provide the highest level of care.
HAWAII STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
The Hawaii State Department of Health (DOH) is a government agency that is responsible for protecting and improving the health and well-being of the residents of Hawaii. The DOH has a wide range of responsibilities, such as ensuring access to quality healthcare for all residents. The DOH is headed by a director who is appointed by the Governor of Hawaii and serves at the pleasure of the Governor. The DOH also operates several healthcare facilities, including hospitals and clinics, throughout the state.
THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ADDICTION MEDICINE
The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) is dedicated to overseeing that practitioners in the field of addiction medicine are providing outcome-driven, and results-based care. The ASAM Criteria is used across the nation in order to improve the addiction treatment system.? By helping determine standards of care across the different levels of care, the ASAM helps guide various safety, procedural, and policy standards. By having this accreditation, we show that we meet national standards in the addiction medicine field.
THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ADDICTION TREATMENT PROVIDERS
The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) values a comprehensive model of care that uses a whole-patient approach (bio-psycho-social and spiritual) to help those impacted by addiction. In order to become a member of NAATP, treatment providers must be accredited by a national third-party organization and maintain their status over the term of membership. By being a member of the NAATP, we are able to network with others in the field, receive the most up-to-date trainings, and more.