Accreditation and Recognition
CARF International is an independent, nonprofit organization that surveys and accredits health and human services providers worldwide. A service or program that is CARF accredited has passed an in-depth on-site review and has demonstrated substantial conformance to internationally recognized standards for quality.
ServiceSource is Accredited by CARF for the Following Programs:
- Community Employment Services: Employment Supports
- Community Employment Services: Job Development
- Comprehensive Vocational Evaluation Services (Florida)
- Community Integration (Virginia)
- Employment Planning Services
- Employment Skills Training Services
- Organizational Employment Services
What Does CARF Accreditation Mean?
Our accreditation is a public commitment that we strive to:
- Involve persons served and their families in their service planning.
- Respect individual cultural preferences.
- Be accountable to our funding sources, referral agencies, and the community at large.
- Address health and safety concerns, such as building safety and emergency preparedness.
- Maintain management practices that are efficient, cost-effective, and based on outcomes and consumer satisfaction.
For more information about CARF International, the standards, or the survey process, visit www.carf.org.
Read Our CARF Survey Reports:
Delaware Regional Office SSDE CARF accreditation report DE
Florida Regional Office ServiceSource FRO DBA Abilities Inc of Florida Survey Report
North Carolina Regional Office CARF Accreditation Report 2018 NC Regional Office
Virginia Regional Office CARF accreditation report 2018 - VA
2019 Cigna Well-Being Award
ServiceSource is proud to announce that we have received a 2019 Cigna Well-Being Award for Honorable Culture of Well-Being. This is a distinct honor for us, as we make a difference in the health and well-being of our employees.
2019 Greater Washington Good Business Awards
ServiceSource Virginia is excited to announce that we have been nominated for Non-Profit of the Year in the Greater Washington Good Business Awards. Presented by the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Washington Good Business Awards honor and celebrate the leadership of individuals, businesses, and non-profits that serve as powerful champions for good in our community.
2017 Virginia Network of Private Providers Leadership Award
October 18, 2017, Paul Wexler, Vice President of Specialty Services received the 2017 Virginia Network of Private Providers Leadership Award.
Paul has worked in the field of developmental disabilities (DD) for over 45 years. He became the Executive Director of Central Fairfax Services, Inc. (CFS) in 1986, a small day support program for adults with DD, located in Annandale, VA. Paul demonstrated strong leadership as he helped to guide CFS from a small agency to a major resource for individuals with multiple physical, medical and behavioral challenges in Northern Virginia. In 2010, he led the process as CFS affiliated with ServiceSource, in an effort to ensure long term sustainability. Paul’s compassion, commitment and guidance has helped to shape the service system in positive ways, to the benefit of all.
2016 MSMA Metro Washington DC Corporate Member of the Year
ServiceSource was named the Corporate Member of the Year for being an exceptionally supportive member of the Metro Washington DC Chapter utilizing the educational opportunities of MSMA for their managers and key employees.
2015 Champions of Disability Employment
Sylvia McGill Jones, ServiceSource Virginia Rehabilitation Coordinator (left) and ReCharde Johnson, Rehabilitation Recruiter Assistant accepted a Champions of Disability Employment award on behalf of the ServiceSource Virginia Rehabilitation Department from the Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services in Manassas, Virginia.
2015 Greater Washington’s Healthiest Employers
The Washington Business Journal named ServiceSource one of the healthiest employers of 2015 in the Washington Metro Area. Companies were scored in six categories: Leadership commitment, communication and markets, foundational components, programming and interventions, strategic planning, and reporting and analysis.
2014 We Serve Award
The ServiceSource Warrior Bridge program received a 2014 We Serve Award in the “Crisis” category. Award winners were chosen by veterans and family members who identify and vote for service providers they believe offer the most tangible, holistic and compassionate services to the military community.
Chairperson’s Award for Leadership
In 2014, ServiceSource President and CEO, Janet Samuelson, accepted the highest award a nonprofit agency can receive from the U.S. AbilityOne Commission, recognizing national leadership in or on behalf of the AbilityOne Program resulting in enhanced employment opportunities for persons with disabilities.
Performance Excellence in Hiring Veterans With Disabilities
ServiceSource’s Warrior Bridge Program was recognized for outstanding outreach and support in recruiting, hiring, and training veterans with disabilities at the 2014 AbilityOne/SourceAmerica National Training and Achievement Conference in San Diego, CA.