JOINT COMMISSION
ACCREDITED FACILITY

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Summit Malibu is one of few Joint Commission
Accredited Treatment Facilities in the addiction field.

What is JCAHO?

The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Organizations (JCAHO) is the oldest and largest accrediting body for healthcare organizations in the United States, adhering to some of the most rigorous standards in the industry. JCAHO evaluates health care organizations and inspires them to excel in providing safe and effective care of the highest quality and value through onsite surveys, education, and numerous performance assessments. To maintain and earn accreditation organizations must have an extensive on-site review by a team of Joint Commission health care professionals at least once every three years. The purpose of the review is to evaluate performance in all areas that affect client care. Earning this accreditation is a widely recognized symbol of quality that reflects commitment to meeting and exceeding industry performance standards.

What Does Accreditation Mean?

Summit Malibu has always been dedicated to providing the highest level of customized treatment and care, and that is officially recognized. This accreditation ensures that the care received at Summit is of the highest standard in all aspects. Summit Malibu’s world-class drug rehab and addiction rehab programs are designed to help clients create the life they have always wanted, one that has been withheld by an addiction beyond control. Customized treatment plans, an experienced and caring staff, presented in a comforting environment, is the best opportunity for recovery from addiction and creating the foundation for a fulfilling life.