CARF Accreditation

CARF accreditation represents the highest level of accreditation that an organization can receive. Its standards ensure accredited organizations provide the best possible care, so you can trust that an organization has been reviewed with high standards in mind.

Rainbow is CARF Accredited

Rainbow Rehabilitation Centers, Inc. has been accredited by CARF in the following Medical Rehabilitation program areas and holds specialty accreditation in the area of Brain Injury.

Residential Rehabilitation Program: Brain Injury Program

  • Adults
  • Pediatric Specialty Program

Outpatient Medical Rehabilitation Program: Brain Injury Program

  • Adults
  • Pediatric Specialty Program

Home & Community Services: Brain Injury Program

  • Adults
  • Children and Adolescents

Vocational Services: Brain Injury Program

Established in 1966, CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) is an internationally recognized accreditation authority promoting and advocating for quality rehabilitation services. CARF is a privately funded, not-for-profit organization.  When a program is CARF-accredited, it is an indication that the program has successfully met nationally and internationally recognized service standards which focus on solid business practices and quality service delivery.

When Rainbow asked to receive CARF accreditation, it set a rigorous consultative process in motion. That process included the full resources and experience of CARF, an internationally recognized organization, along with consumers that use our rehabilitation services. As a CARF-accredited organization in the rehabilitation services listed below, we have demonstrated that we are committed to continually improving the rehabilitation process.

CARF accredits the services of an organization only if those services meet the standards in the CARF standards manual. This accreditation process promotes the highest standards of quality.

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