We are excited to announce that we have been accredited with the BHCOE for the third year in a row! We have been fully accredited since 2021 and started the process right as we opened in 2020. Here at SBH we strive for excellence in all that we do, and this ongoing accreditation is just one more way to show our dedication to that mission.
WHAT IS A BHCOE ACCREDITED ORGANIZATION?
A BHCOE Accredited ® Organization is an applied behavior analysis provider that has demonstrated it has met and continues to meet clinical and administrative standards as determined by an independent third-party evaluator.
CAN ANYONE BECOME BHCOE ACCREDITED?
No, providers are not given the accreditation, it is earned. Providers are evaluated on a number of measures related to clinical quality.
WHAT DOES ACCREDITATION MEAN FOR THE ORGANIZATION’S CLIENTS?
The BHCOE Accreditation serves as a consumer protection mechanism that indicates the organization to quality improvement, transparency, and accountability. Collectively, BHCOE Accredited Providers lead a growing movement of behavioral health providers that aim to increase the collective quality of services across the United States. The BHCOE Accreditation requires that the company continue to meet the Standards of Excellence for Applied Behavior Analysis Services. As an employer, you know that your organization’s success starts and ends with its employees. The BHCOE distinction demonstrates to employees that their company cares about their feedback, is able to look internally, and can set goals for continuous improvement. The BHCOE distinction demonstrates a company’s commitment to complaint resolution. Accredited providers are required to respond to compliance concerns brought forth to BHCOE regarding Standards of Excellence for Applied Behavior Analysis Services. Many organizations utilize the compliance process to ensure that consumers and staff have a voice to file compliance concerns and resolve any areas of improvement internally. Think of the compliance review process as a mechanism to create a complaint resolution process that relies on independent third-party evaluation.