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Child & Youth Development Accreditation Coordinator
The Child & Youth Development Program Accreditation Coordinator is an internal customer service representative for early childhood education (ECE), after school (ASP) and Youth Development (YD) programs pursuing (re)accreditation. The CYD Program Accreditation Coordinator is responsible for facilitating the accreditation process by providing valuable insight, standards interpretations, and assistance to programs regarding COA’s CYD Standards and Policies and Procedures Manual. The CYD Program Accreditation Coordinator serves as the program’s main resource throughout the accreditation process. Accreditation Coordinators also participate in educating the public, and promoting CYD quality improvement and accreditation.
The Standards Associate plans, organizes, and carries out research and development projects related to COA’s standards, special standards initiatives, materials and procedures for accreditation, and administrative policies and procedures under the direction of the Director of Standards Development.
Volunteer Services Coordinator
The Volunteer Coordinator’s primary role is to build peer teams of volunteers who review and evaluate social service organizations as an integral part of the COA accreditation process. The Volunteer Coordinator’s role includes the management of both site visit and volunteer caseloads which include, but are not limited to COA’s Hague, EAP, Canadian, Financial Education and Public business lines. The Volunteer Coordinator also acts to validate the commitment and value of COA’s over 1000 professional volunteers by recognizing, advocating for, and supporting their work.
Private Organization Accreditation
Northside Psychological Services is a combination of both private practice and community mental health provider. We provide services to children and adults (EAP, private insurance, private pay, etc.) in our private practice setting. In our Community Care Program, we provide services to children and adolescents in their homes.
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Tim Spearin, Vice President, Quality Assurance
CredAbility has been accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA) since 1996. Reaccreditation attests that a member organization continues to meet the highest national operating standards as set by the COA. It also provides assurance that CredAbility is performing services which the community needs, conducting its operations and funds successfully.