A Joint Commission-Accredited Recovery Network in Southern California
What Is the Joint Commission?
The Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, JCAHO or the Joint Commission, accredits and certifies nearly 21,000 health care organizations and programs throughout the United States. Joint Commission accreditation is widely recognized as a symbol that exemplifies an organization’s level of commitment to adhering to a particular set of performance standards.
To receive JCAHO accreditation, Hope by the Sea underwent a stringent review process that examined our adherence to several health care standards, including:
Advantages of a Joint Commission-Accredited Recovery Center
Unfortunately, not all addiction recovery centers provide effective, lasting results. Joint Commission accreditation acts as a mark of excellence, reassuring clients and families who choose treatment with Hope by the Sea, or any accredited facility, that they will receive the highest level of evidence-based care.
Your needs are unique. For a treatment plan to be truly effective, those unique needs must be considered. Our treatment philosophy is different. We focus on harnessing inner strength, resolving issues and finding peace, and employ a range of treatment methods that suit a variety of backgrounds to help clients get there. Joint Commission accreditation confirms our commitment to providing comprehensive care that treats the whole person–not just the addiction.
Accreditation is entirely voluntary. Once earned, it must be maintained. This accomplishment has further raised the bar on the level of care we provide our clients and their loved ones, and we look forward to continually meeting Joint Commission standards.
Care You Can Count On
During a time that’s often filled with uncertainty, you need a partner who can provide a clear path to long-term recovery. Choosing a Joint Commission-accredited recovery center like Hope by the Sea ensures that you have that partner. We provide evidence-based treatment, comprehensive care and advocacy every step of the way–and we have the credentials to prove it.
Recovery can’t wait. To learn more about how our treatment programs can help, speak with a recovery specialist by calling 949-979-6846.