Oceanfront Recovery proudly announces that it has received The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Behavioral Health Care Accreditation. A symbol of quality and compliance, this tremendous honor demonstrates that the Oceanfront Recovery program upholds the highest standards in providing safe and effective care. We are honored and humbled to join the ranks of the best treatment centers in the country who can meet the rigorous standards in performance of health care. At Oceanfront, we strive to help men rewrite the story of their lives. When men suffering with addiction realize they can change their story, they are empowered to change their lives. Our program is carefully customized to fit the needs of each of our clients, including the many evidence-based practices proven to liberate men from the grips of addiction. Located in Laguna Beach, California, our beachfront homes offer the perfect environment for healing. Men are introduced to a lifestyle full of activity, gratitude, and total participation in life. Oceanfront offers a full continuum of care including detox, residential, intensive outpatient, transitional living, an executive treatment program, and a family program.
Earning The Gold Seal
Meeting the standards of The Joint Commission is an intense process, which Oceanfront gladly embraced. Onsite, the Commission, surveyed and reviewed every single part of our programs. Care, treatment, services, leadership, and other areas of our operations were investigated, ensuring that the Oceanfront Recovery program is in compliance with The Joint Commission’s behavioral health care standards. Members of the Commission observed our daily functions and interviewed our staff.
More About The Joint Commission And The Gold Seal
The Joint Commission was founded in 1951 with a mission to improve health care. The Gold Seal is the ultimate validation that a treatment provider is proactively working toward excellence in the care they provide, acknowledging that it is of the highest quality, as well as value. For three years, care institutions maintain their accreditation. More than 21,000 organizations are accredited and certified. Behavioral Health Care Accreditation has standards carefully curated by professionals, care providers, scientists, researchers and those who are receiving care.