REACH Behavior and Development Center Celebrates Two-Year BHCOE Accreditation Milestone

REACH Behavior and Development Center proudly announces the achievement of its two-year accreditation milestone from the Behavioral Health Center of Excellence (BHCOE), a testament to its steadfast commitment to providing exceptional behavioral health services. This accreditation is a significant achievement that underscores REACH’s dedication to delivering high-quality care. The center has proven its efficiency, effectiveness, and ethical conduct, demonstrating a deep commitment to continuous quality improvement in applied behavior analysis.

“Attaining the two-year accreditation from the BHCOE is a pivotal milestone in our ongoing effort to provide the highest standards of care,” said Mona Tadayyon, Founder and CEO at REACH.

“We are immensely proud of our team for their dedication, professionalism, and commitment to excellence that has led to this significant achievement.”

The BHCOE Accreditation is a prestigious certification given to behavioral health organizations that excel in the areas of clinical quality, staff qualifications, and consumer satisfaction. These areas are measured via a wide-ranging audit, including interviews with staff, clients, and administrators.

“We view this accreditation as a seal of approval for our commitment to quality, accountability, and the highest ethical standards,” Sinéad Ní Fhloinn, Clinical Director added.

“It’s a clear indicator to our clients and their families, as well as the broader community, that our services are of the highest quality.”

Over the past two years, REACH has focused not only on maintaining its high standards but also on continuous improvement. The center has made significant strides in enhancing its services and expanding its reach to serve a larger community. As REACH continues to provide exceptional behavioral health services, it remains dedicated to its mission of advancing the quality of comprehensive behavioral health services for individuals through reliable measurement, transparent reporting of outcomes, and the dissemination of valid data.

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