You may have noticed we carry a small logo, “CARF.” Many in the health care and social services industry are very familiar with this accreditation. For those who aren’t, CARF stands for Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.
CARF is an international, independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services in the areas of behavioral health; aging services; child and youth services; employment and community services; vision rehabilitation services: medical rehabilitation; and opioid treatment programs.
So what does a CARF accreditation mean for Flatrock? It means that Flatrock services have passed an in-depth review and meets rigorous CARF guidelines for quality and service. CARF guidelines are internationally recognized and focus on delivering the most favorable results for those it serves.
We sought this outside certification as an insurance to those who are seeking adult foster care that we uphold the highest standards of care. “Flatrock is Family” is not just our tagline, it is our guiding principal for how we approach our residents in providing a welcoming home and supportive services for them.