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Behavioral Health Specialists (BHS) is proud to hold accreditation from the Joint Commission, a prestigious organization that sets rigorous standards for healthcare organizations. Since our first accreditation in February 1998, BHS has consistently demonstrated a commitment to delivering safe, high-quality care and maintaining excellence in all aspects of our operations.


The Joint Commission's accreditation process evaluates an organization's performance in critical areas, including patient rights, patient treatment, and the overall quality of services provided. This accreditation is a testament to BHS's dedication to meeting and exceeding these standards, not just in theory but in practice.


BHS's achievement of accreditation reflects our organization's leadership and the unwavering commitment of our staff to deliver exceptional care. We prioritize the safety and well-being of our patients and are committed to continuous improvement in all areas of service delivery.


We value transparency and encourage open communication. If you have any concerns or feedback about our services, we invite you to report them to Neil Broders Executive Director, at 402-370-3140. Alternatively, you may also contact the Joint Commission directly at 630-792-5800.


At BHS, we are dedicated to maintaining the highest standards of safety and quality in behavioral health services. Our accreditation from the Joint Commission serves as a testament to our ongoing commitment to excellence and our mission to provide compassionate and comprehensive care to those we serve.

The Joint Commisson National Quality Approval


We are committed to excellence in the provision of comprehensive behavioral health care and family services. our approach honors each client's confidentiality, dignity, and self-determination. As skilled professionals, we proudly provide affordable and accessible services of the highest quality.

The Joint Commission

Any individual who receives care, treatment, or services should be free to raise concerns to The Joint Commission when the organization has not adequately prevented or corrected problems that can have or have had a serious adverse impact on individuals served. (800) 994-6610

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