ServiceSource Receives CARF Accreditation Across Regions

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CARF Accreditation Across Regions

During the week of March 29, all five ServiceSource regions received three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).

“You should be extremely proud of the work you do and the wonderful services ServiceSource provides,” said Jean Goldsberry, CARF Administrative Surveyor. “ServiceSource’s programs and services are meeting CARF standards and in a lot of places exceeding.”

CARF is an international, nonprofit organization providing accreditation services to health and human service providers. Achieving CARF accreditation indicates ServiceSource’s dedication to the CARF process and our commitment to improving the quality of life for the people we serve.

“Our outcomes showed outstanding results across all regions and highlighted the many, many strengths of the organization,” said Kelly Caccetta, ServiceSource Board Chair. “This can only be achieved through truly living the standards each day and operating with a sincere desire to impact the lives of people with disabilities. Congratulations to every staff member throughout the organization for achieving these standards.”

We appreciate the ServiceSource employees who work tirelessly every day to make our organization a leader in our field. Your commitment to the health and well-being of the people we serve and your continued focus on our mission has resulted in many positive outcomes, including this accreditation. We also thank our ServiceSource Board Members who were able to attend our CARF Exit Interviews: Karla Leavelle, Chair Elect; James Carroll, Past Chair; Frank Burke, Treasurer; Dr. Joseph Ashley; Joanne Finnigan; Gary Petersen; General Michael Walsh and Dr. Brandt Wood.

ServiceSource’s CARF accreditation now extends through March 31, 2024.

2021 Reports

For more information about CARF accreditation or to access ServiceSource’s latest CARF reports, visit