Program Overview and Accreditations
At Clearview Girls Academy, a school for troubled girls, teens receive an individual treatment plan aligned with their medical, emotional, and psychological needs. Our multi-disciplinary personnel is dedicated to helping each resident start a new and more productive path in life. The clinical staff, both on and off campus, comprises psychiatric specialists, primary care physicians, dentists, orthodontists, licensed psychotherapists, teachers, mentors, and residential care staff.
Your daughter’s therapist ensures that everyone is continually updated on her progress. In turn, her experience here remains entirely cohesive. Our goal is to set your daughter on a path to self-fulfillment so that she is prepared with the necessary tools to navigate the world as an adult.
We Are Accredited (Academically and Therapeutically)
Girls who have emotional and behavioral problems tend to be failing in school. Our school for troubled girls is intentionally computer-based and assisted by a licensed teacher. The girls can catch up on their schoolwork. Some even get ahead of their coursework at the Clearview residential treatment center and school. We also provide tutoring, as needed, and regular academic progress reports to parents.
We Are Accredited by The Joint Commission
Clearview is accredited for its behavioral health programs by The Joint Commission. This means that we have met the requirements and the standards of quality, performance, and patient care set forth by this organization. Accreditation by The Joint Commission is another piece of information to select a therapeutic program.
The Joint Commission is a non-profit organization that has been accrediting therapeutic programs for more than 50 years. It sets standards by which healthcare organizations can be measured. Because of their expertise and high standards, The Joint Commission is a leader in the quality field. The JC accreditation of a facility is a nationwide seal of approval that indicates that an organization meets high-performance standards.
How does a therapeutic facility become accredited by The Joint Commission?
Accreditation by The Joint Commission is voluntary. A healthcare facility must request that its organization be evaluated. The process for accreditation includes the following:
- Staff and patient interviews
- Inspection of facility documents and process of care
- Assessment of patient safety, culture, and teamwork
- Review of the physical facility
- Observation of the daily operations of the therapists, including patient care
We Are Accredited by CARF
We are also accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). We have a second consecutive Three-Year Accreditation by CARF, the international accrediting body. The Clearview school for troubled girls has demonstrated that it meets international standards for quality and is committed to pursuing excellence. This accreditation decision represents the highest level of accreditation that can be awarded to an organization and shows our conformance to the CARF standards.
CARF is an independent, nonprofit accrediting body whose mission is to promote the quality, value, and optimal outcomes of services through a consultative accreditation process that centers on enhancing the lives of the persons served. Founded in 1966 as the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, now known as CARF, the accrediting body establishes consumer-focused standards to help organizations measure and improve the quality of their programs and services. We welcome an opportunity to acquaint you further with our services and respond to your questions. We believe we are valuable to the community we serve and are all the more valuable because of our CARF accreditation.
For 30 years, Our School For Troubled Girls Has Been Helping Struggling Teen Girls Overcome Life-Controlling Issues.
Young women in our care attend individual, group, and family therapy sessions with our staff of skilled professional counselors. We also provide specialized help for students dealing with abandonment issues. Art therapy gives girls another way to release their emotions. Animal and equine therapy, featuring dogs and horses, is a part of our school for troubled girls. The girls receive constant feedback and assistance in their thinking and actions through round-the-clock interactions with our trained staff.