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Universal Accreditation Act - 2012
Learn about the Universal Accreditation Act of 2012 and what it means for adoption service providers. view now >>
Updated Behavioral Health Standards Released
Outpatient Mental Health Services (MH) now combined with Services...read more > >
COA to Attend Upcoming Special Commission on the Practical Operation of the 1993 Hague Adoption Convention
COA’s Director of Hague Accreditation, Jayne Schmidt, will be...
Volunteer Services Departmental Updates
COA welcomes Darrell Woodliff as it's new Site Visit Manager and...read more > >
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COA accredits over 2,000 private and public organizations and programs that serve more than 7 million individuals and families in the United States, Canada, and overseas. The COA standards cover over 60 different service domains and hundreds of different types of programs. The accreditation process is designed to meet the needs of diverse organizations - voluntary, public and proprietary, local and statewide, large and small. who is accredited >>