Aloha House Accreditation
Aloha House is licensed as a Special Treatment Facility and accredited as a substance abuse treatment program by the Hawaii Department of Health and the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division respectively.
Since 1999 Aloha House has been fully accredited nationally by the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) as an Alcohol and Other Drugs/Addictions Children and Adolescents' Outpatient Treatment Program.
The agency serves substance abusing/dependent adults through outpatient and residential programs at its up-country facility and central Maui office, and serves substance abusing/dependent adolescents through its School Based Program currently located in Maui High, Baldwin High, King Kekaulike, Lahainaluna, Maui Waena, and Iao Intermediate.
Also accredited is our Mental Health and Social Services Program serving the Island of Maui with crisis intervention, child and family services, community based case management and co-occurring disorders.
A Hallmark of Quality
You may have seen a CARF accreditation certificate displayed proudly in an organization...
You may have wondered what it means to you that the programs and services you use are CARF accredited...
What is CARF?
The CARF standards are developed with input from consumers, rehabilitation professionals, state and national organizations, and funders. Every year the standards are reviewed and new ones are developed to keep pace with changing conditions and current consumer needs.
What Does it Mean to be Accredited?
CARF-accredited programs and services have demonstrated that they substantially meet internationally recognized standards. CARF accreditation means that you can be confident that an organization has made a commitment to continually enhance the quality of its services and programs, and its focus is on consumer satisfaction.
The Benefits of Accreditation to you, the consumer of services