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  • Behavioral Health

    With the rapid changes and advances in rehabilitation for mental health as well as alcohol and other addiction and substance abuse treatments, CARF's behavioral health standards reflect leadership in the field internationally.

    CARF accredits behavioral health programs, including:

    • Assertive Community Treatment
    • Assessment and Referral
    • Case Management/Services Coordination
    • Community Housing
    • Community Integration
    • Court Treatment
    • Crisis and Information Call Centers
    • Crisis Intervention
    • Crisis Stabilization
    • Day Treatment
    • Detoxification
    • Diversion
    • Employee Assistance
    • Health Homes
    • Inpatient Treatment
    • Integrated Behavioral Health/Primary Care
    • Intensive Family-Based Services
    • Intensive Outpatient Treatment
    • Out-of-Home Treatment
    • Outpatient Treatment
    • Partial Hospitalization
    • Prevention
    • Residential Treatment
    • Student Counseling
    • Supported Living
    • Therapeutic Communities

    The following specific population designations may be added to a program:

    • Addictions Pharmacotherapy
    • Children and Adolescents
    • Consumer-Run
    • Criminal Justice
    • Juvenile Justice
    • Medically Complex
    • Eating Disorders

    Programs covering community and employment services are also included in the behavioral health standards manual, section 5.

    Please refer to the program descriptionsNew window icon for further details on each program in the lists above.

    For more information on CARF behavioral health accreditation, please email bh@carf.org, or call toll free (888) 281-6531. 

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  • On the airwaves for CARF

    Behavioral Health Managing Director Michael Johnson was interviewed by Mary Woods, CEO of WestBridge Community Services in New Hampshire. Michael spoke about the CARF standards for Behavioral Health during the one-hour broadcast. Recording below:


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