North Bend Opioid Treatment Program Achieves Recertification

Opioid Treatment Programs (“OTP”), which offer medication-assisted treatment for those working toward recovery from opioid usage disorder, undergo regular certification evaluations with the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (i.e. “CARF”). OTPs across the United States provide life-saving care to those that are and have been affected by the national opioid crisis. Adapt Integrated Health Care provides this important service to both Douglas and Curry counties from our Roseburg and North Bend locations.

Adapt is proud to announce that our North Bend OTP has achieved a high bar of excellence in service with a three-year extension on our accreditation. With our program connecting over 250 clients with housing, financial services, and mental health treatment across two counties, this accreditation is something our organization takes great pride in. 

Adapt’s OTP Director, Samuel Denney, notes that “maintaining a certification from CARF provides a visible representation of the exceptional quality of care that we are providing at our Opioid Treatment Program and proof of our commitment to providing safe and effective care that is fueled by up-to-date international guidelines and best practice. This certification demonstrates that our Opioid Treatment Program strives to provide the best quality care and that Adapt is dedicated to maintaining the high standards of quality improvement that is outlined by CARF International.”

We appreciate CARF’s acknowledgement of our commitment to world-class care and look forward to three more years of exceptional care in our OTP program.

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