WHO IS ACCREDITED?

Private Organization Accreditation

HeartShare assist individuals with developmental disabilities through education, day, residential and recreation programs, case management, and health services, and provides foster care/adoption services, counseling, after school and energy assistance programs, and programs for people with HIV/AIDS.
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VOLUNTEER TESTIMONIAL

Barry Gourley

Volunteer Roles: Endorser; Peer Reviewer

It is an honor to be a COA volunteer. I’ve had a great opportunity to work with fabulous COA volunteers, I’ve grown professionally in the COA accreditation process and I’ve met some wonderful people across this nation who are working hard to help and support children and families.
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Purpose

Customers receiving Family Advocacy Program Services gain new competencies, improve individual and family functioning and resiliency, make connections in their community, and reduce their risk for family violence.

MIL-FAP 1: Service Philosophy

The MFR program’s delivery of FAP services is guided by a service philosophy that:

  1. establishes the foundational principles that inform all aspects of service delivery;
  2. is based on the best available evidence of service effectiveness;
  3. reflects the input of the MFR program’s customers and community partners;
  4. is family focused, trauma informed, and designed to identify and build on strengths, supports, and protective factors;
  5. establishes a comprehensive, community approach to family violence prevention, intervention, and treatment;
  6. is grounded in the social and cultural context of the military community; and
  7. is understood by staff.

Table of Evidence

Self-Study Evidence On-Site Evidence On-Site Activities
    • MIL-FAP service philosophy
    • Evidence base for selected interventions, when applicable
    • Interview:
      1. MFR program director
      2. Relevant staff
      3. Customers
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