Sanctioned Organizations

COA may impose a sanction for a new applicant seeking accreditation or for a currently accredited organization or program. Information is available about substantiated complaints and adverse actions against Hague accredited and approved providers in Hague Monitoring and Oversight.

A sanction may be imposed based on failure to implement or maintain sufficient implementation of/continuing performance with a single standard that addresses stakeholder health or safety or compromises the credibility of COA’s accreditation process.

Sanctions for new applicants seeking accreditation include:

(a) Determination of ineligibility to apply for accreditation; and
(b) Denial of accreditation.

Sanctions for accredited organizations and programs include:

(a) Probation;
(b) Suspension of accreditation;
(c) Revocation of accreditation;
(d) Determination of ineligibility to undergo the reaccreditation process; and
(e) Denial of reaccreditation.

If an organization has been sanctioned, their status will be displayed under Who is Accredited.


Private Organization Accreditation

Consumer Credit Counseling Service of the Savannah Area's mission is to provide the best non-profit community service, dedicated to delivering professional and confidential counseling, debt management, housing counseling and consumer education to all segments of the community regardless of ability to pay.


Catholic Charities, Diocese of Covington

Wm. R. (Bill) Jones, ACSW, MDiv, Chief Executive Officer

Catholic Charities in Covington has been COA accredited since 1996. Though the time spent in completing the self study and hosting the site visit can sometimes feel sometimes daunting, the rewards far outweigh the effort. In our agency, the self-study is a group process that involves every member of the staff from the CEO to the building maintenance staff.
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