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

Mike Angstadt

Volunteer Roles: Commissioner; Hague Evaluator; Lead Evaluator; Peer Reviewer; Team Leader

Serving as a Team Leader for COA has been an enriching experience in many ways. Utilizing the Contextual Accreditation process to discern the means in which agencies, offering a variety of services, located throughout the US, Canada ,the Philippines and other countries provide best and most promising practices to their consumers has been particularly rewarding. read more>>

Standards for Military Family Readiness (MFR) Programs

The Standards for Military Family Readiness (MFR) programs were developed in support of enhanced programmatic growth and stability, an unwavering commitment to the health, safety, and rights of clients, and producing high quality, measurable results. 

The Military Family Readiness Program Accreditation process involves the review and accreditation of the program’s administrative operations and its service delivery practices. 

Military Family Readiness Edition Services

COA's Standards for Military Family Readiness programs are intended for military programs seeking accreditation for their military family readiness services. Military programs seeking early childhood education (ECE), after school (ASP) or youth development (YD) program accreditation should refer to the Standards for Child & Youth Development (CYD) Programs.

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Categories of Standards

The Standards for Military Family Readiness programs are divided into three parts:

  • Administration and Management Standards
  • Service Delivery Administration Standards
  • Service Standards

Administration and Management Standards

The Administration and Management Standards apply to all programs regardless of the services provided or population(s) served. They describe practices that promote sound operations and management.

Service Delivery Administration Standards

The Service Delivery Administration Standards also apply to all programs and cover practices related to the administration of services

Service Standards

Service Standards describe practices related to distinct services provided by military family readiness programs. 

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Further Reading and Recommended Trainings

Standards Overview

For more detail about the format, structure, ratings and standards development process, visit the Standards Overview page.

Military Family Readiness Program Accreditation Overview

For access to more information about Military Family Readiness program accreditation, visit the Military Family Readiness Accreditation page. 

Recommended Trainings

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