Pro-ACT Principles and interventions have been widely accepted as tools for improving safety in educational and residential settings as well as in-patient and out-patient behavioral health and healthcare environments.
The Pro-ACT program is considered training that meets or exceeds the requirements set forth by a variety of Federal and State agencies., including:
- The Joint Commission (TJC),
- CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities),
- Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS), meeting requirements for Hospital Conditions of Participation: Patients’ Rights (42 CFR Part 482)
- Accreditation Council on Developmental Disabilities (ACDD),
- California Occupational Safety and Health Administration (CAL-OSHA)
- California Community Care Licensing (CCL)
- California Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission (POST)
- State of California for AB 508, SB 1299 and Community Care Licensing,
- State of California Special Education Code AB 1172
- Connecticut Department of Children and Families (CT-DCF)
- Iowa Department of Health Services (IA-DHS)
- Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (IL-DCFS)
- Missouri Department of Mental Health (MO-DMH)
- Oregon Department of Mental Health (OR-DMH)
- Vermont Department of Mental Health (VT_DMH)
- Wisconsin Department of Health Services (WI-DHS)
- Departments of Education and Health and Human Services in many states.
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