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We are an accredited agency.

Commission of Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) Accreditation is a Community Living British Columbia (CLBC) funding requirement to ensure that service providers, like our Association, maintain a quality level of service to supported individuals. Accreditation policy for CLBC funded organizations is set by the provincial government, with the purpose of keeping organizations accountable to the public for the government funding they receive.

The highest level of quality service.

In May of 2023, the Fort St. John Association was awarded another three-year CARF accreditation.

CARF accreditation requires a significant effort, strong teamwork, and a commitment at all levels of our organization to providing quality services and enhancing the lives of people. Our organization deserves to be proud of this achievement, and our 2023 CARF survey was the best we have had to date, with only one recommendation for the Agency.

What is CARF?

CARF is an international, not-for-profit organization that accredits human services providers. Founded in 1966 as the Commission on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities, the accrediting body is now known as CARF.

What is accreditation?

Accreditation is a process that demonstrates a provider has met standards for the quality of its services. CARF establishes these standards to guide providers in offering their services. CARF also uses the standards to evaluate how well a provider is serving people and how it can improve.

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Read the report from
our previous CARF survey.

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Visit the CARF website
for more information.

Find Us

10251  100th Avenue
Fort St. John, BC
V1J 1Y8

We are CARF Accredited

The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitative Facilities (CARF) has awarded FSJACL another three year accreditation in 2023, the highest level of accreditation available. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT CARF

Land Acknowledgement

The Fort St. John Association for Community Living is committed to building and nurturing relationships with Indigenous peoples. We would like to gratefully acknowledge that we live, work and play on the traditional lands of the Dane-zaa peoples of the Doig River First Nation, Blueberry River First Nation, and Halfway River First Nation, in Treaty 8 Territory, also part of the Métis Nation homeland, and we thank them for their hospitality.

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