ResCare Community Living Michigan Location Earns CARF Accreditation

January 22, 2024 Filed under: Uncategorized

ResCare Community Living services support the clinical and pharmacy needs of individuals with intellectual, developmental, or cognitive disabilities. Accreditation is an important part of our commitment to quality care.

A Michigan location has earned accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services. The accreditation focuses on an organization’s ongoing commitment to quality improvement and demonstrating conformance to CARF standards in services areas and business practices.

Michigan CARF Accreditation Report Highlights:

  • “Clients and guardians expressed satisfaction with and appreciation for the services provided by ResCare Premier. One client commented that the client has “been flourishing” since receiving services, and clients are happy being taken out into the community on a regular basis.”
  • “ResCare Premier homes are well-maintained inside and out and physically integrated into the community. Clients are given the opportunity to be a part of a neighborhood, and the organization strives to create forever homes for them.”
  • “Staff members interviewed stated that ResCare Premier is a good organization to work for. They stated that management staff is caring and considerate of both personnel and clients. Staff members at all levels expressed genuine concern for the clients served.”
  • “Parents and guardians also express that they are extremely happy with services provided in the homes. The organization is receptive to parent input, and one guardian stated that ResCare Premier is the one provider with “houses we don’t have to worry about” where care is being done and their needs are being met.”

Click here to view the full report.

Community Living locations in North Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Indiana, and Tennessee have also attained CARF accreditation.

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