Affiliations and Accreditations
Exceptional Standards Backed By Credible Organizations
Why Accreditation and Affiliations Should Matter to You
The accreditation and certification of Eudaimonia Recovery Homes’ facilities demonstrate our commitment to providing outstanding care and excellence in every aspect of our client services and business practices. Residents and family members of Eudaimonia residents can have peace of mind knowing that we consistently provide the highest level of care available. The following organizations help keep us accountable, provide us with resources to exceed care expectations, and also help maintain our credibility with our clients and their families.
National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP)
The NAATP is a leading organization in the addiction treatment industry, providing clinical and operational resources to its members in an effort to develop and promote continued growth and collaboration among treatment providers. As a result, this organization helps ensure the availability and highest quality of addiction treatment by providing leadership, training, support services, and advocacy to its members.
NAADAC, the Association for Addiction Professionals
The NAADAC was founded in 1972 and is dedicated to providing the highest quality addiction education, clinical training, and certification to ensure every client has access to the best treatment available. Certification by the NAADAC ensures addiction treatment professionals on staff at an addiction treatment center or recovery home maintain the necessary knowledge and credentials to provide the latest, most up-to-date treatment for the benefit of the client.
Texas Department of State Health Services
The Texas Department of State Health Services is dedicated to improving the health, safety, and well-being of all Texans by improving the accessibility of public resources and core public health functions. The Texas Department of State Health Services enhances the addiction treatment industry by providing research and data on substance abuse, training and education for professionals, facility compliance and licensing, and prevention resources.
National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR)
The mission of the NARR is to support individuals in addiction recovery by improving access to high-quality recovery residences through standards, support services, placement, education, research, and advocacy. The National Alliance for Recovery Residences is a nonprofit and recovery community organization (RCO) that supports more than 25,000 individuals in recovery across the nation.
Texas Recovery Oriented Housing Network (TROHN)
The oldest organization of its kind, the Texas Recovery Oriented Housing Network is an organization dedicated to improving the availability and quality of recovery residences for individuals recovering from substance abuse by certifying recovery residences that meet the TROHN standards. These standards hold residences accountable to operate with integrity, uphold resident rights, maintain a recovery-oriented program, and promote healing, recovery, health, and safety.
Texas Association of Addiction Professionals (TAAP)
The mission of TAAP is to promote the advancement of addiction treatment professionals in Texas by uniting them in local chapters throughout the state. The Texas Association of Addiction Professionals ensures a high level of standards and ethics among professionals in the substance abuse treatment industry by monitoring regulatory agencies at state and federal levels, providing professional, business, and academic growth opportunities to members, offering peer assistance, and developing and maintaining ethical standards of conduct for addiction treatment professionals.