September 5, 2017 (West Palm Beach, FL) – GateHouse Treatment of Florida, an established network of substance abuse treatment centers, is proud to announce that it’s Florida facility has acquired Behavioral Health Care Accreditation from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).
The Joint Commission is the national certifying agency for healthcare organizations in the United States. This includes hospitals, nursing homes, hospice facilities, drug rehab centers, behavioral healthcare facilities and laboratories. The Joint Commission’s accreditation requirements come from behavioral healthcare providers, measurement experts, families and individuals. The Gold Seal of Approval (TM) is known as a standard of care and a symbol of the highest quality of care meeting performance standards.
“Joint Commission accreditation confirms our quality of care at GateHouse,” says Christopher Foster, Executive Director at GateHouse Treatment. “It’s not only a stamp of approval it’s a representation of the quality of the services we provide.”
GateHouse Treatment of Florida offers highly individualized addiction treatment to men who are struggling with substance abuse. Through a combination of traditional and cutting edge methods, GateHouse Treatment helps addicted men build a foundation for a rewarding and long term recovery.
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With two Locations in New Hampshire and Florida, GateHouse Treatment is a highly structured program for treating men struggling with substance abuse issues. GateHouse Treatment of Florida strives to provide effective treatment modalities to help clients recover from addiction. The facility prides itself on remaining ethical and offering the highest level of client care.
Both GateHouse Treatment facilities are now Joint Commission accredited and provide an effective path to life long recovery.
For more information, please contact GateHouse Treatment of Florida at 855-GHT-3588.