OCEANSIDE RECEIVES CARF ACCREDIATION
OCS is pleased to announce that it recently received a three year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Clinics (CARF).
Accreditation is a process that demonstrates a provider has met certain standards for quality in its service. Oceanside is very proud to offer service that meets CARF’s rigorous standards.
For more information about CARF, you can visit their website: www.carf.org
OCEANSIDE VALUES FEEDBACK
Feedback is an essential part of any organization’s process. Did you know that Oceanside has a “Survey & Suggestion” box near the door (next to the candy jar)?
Both anonymous and direct feedback have resulted in many changes here at Oceanside.
Based upon client feedback, Oceanside has:
- Replaced the water foundation in the reception area
- Added additional blinds in the bathroom
- Added increased sound boarding to several offices—with more to come!
Do you have a suggestion to make our office safer, more secure, or more comfortable? Don’t hesitate to speak your mind.
OCEANSIDE CLINICIANS ATTEND MASOC CONFERENCE
On Friday, April 13th Oceanside was closed so our clinicians could attend the MASOC/MATSA Annual Joint Conference.
This conference is committed to assisting therapists, public & private sector administrators and other professionals prevent sexual abuse through early intervention in the lives of at risk-populations.
More information about MASOC can be found at their website: www.masoc.net
OCEANSIDE WELCOMES JANICE TEASENFITZ
Oceanside Community Services welcomes Janice Teasenfitz to its staff. Janice is a graduate of the University of Southern Maine with a master’s degree in Social Work. During her graduate education, she completed her second year clinical internship with Oceanside Community Services.
We’re pleased that Janice has joined our team as a part-time clinician. Welcome aboard, Janice!