Hague Accreditation and Approval Standards are requirements established by the U.S. Department of State in 22 CFR Part 96 for intercountry adoption providers involved in Hague Convention adoptions.
Hague Accreditation and Approval Standards include standards related to both management and service delivery.
Hague management standards apply to all adoption service providers regardless of the type of provider or services provided. These management standards promote accountability and include:
- Licensing and Corporate Governance
- Financial and Risk Management
- Ethical Practices and Responsibilities
- Professional Qualifications and Training of Employees
- Information Disclosure, Fee Practices, and Quality Control
- Responding to Complaints and Records and Reports Management
- Service Planning and Delivery
Service standards only apply to adoption service providers who currently provide the service or indicated that they intend to provide the service. Service standards include:
- Standards for Incoming Cases
- Standards for Outgoing Cases
Private Organization Accreditation
Germaine Lawrence is a residential treatment center for girls ages 12-18 with complex behavioral, psychological and learning challenges. Girls live at our programs while receiving special education, individual, family and group therapy; psychiatric and primary medical care; and a wide variety of therapeutic activities and interventions.
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Nuevo Amanecer Latino Children's Services
Galo A. Rodriguez, M.P.H., President & CEO
Since Nuevo Amanecer Latino Children’s Services pursued its COA accreditation on October 14, 2004, this corporation has sustained a continuous quality improvement process by not looking whom to blame among the involved parties but improving what we have already done well… because good enough is not good enough.