SalusCare Inc. receives three-year accreditation
SalusCare, Inc., in Fort Myers, a nonprofit mental health and substance abuse service provider for Lee County, has earned a three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). It’s the longest accreditation that CARF sanctions, and will apply through June 2021. CARF reports, “SalusCare has committed itself to being the forerunner of behavioral healthcare services in the community it serves.”
“I am so very proud of SalusCare, the leadership team and all employees who provide these crucial behavioral healthcare services to our community,” says SalusCare Board Chairman Marshall T. Bower.
Location: 3763 Evans Ave. For more information, call 239-275-3222 or visit SalusCareFlorida.org.
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