Little City Foundation earns highest accreditation

Daily Herald report
Updated 3/29/2011 5:56 PM

The Little City Foundation recently received a three-year certification from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, an international and independent accreditor of human services and health organizations. This is the highest certification awarded to agencies that meet CARF's rigorous standards. "The CARF review provides our organization with the opportunity to obtain an extensive and intensive look by independent external reviewers at how we protect people's rights, the services we offer them, and the quality of life we provide to them," Theresa Moran, director of Compliance and Regulatory Relations for Little City, said in a news release. "The review showed that the efforts of our staff, every day, are creating opportunities for our participants to develop their interests, skills and talents at Little City."