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Florida Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Center Receives Joint Commission Seal of Approval
Date:7/22/2014

Pompano Beach, Florida (PRWEB) July 22, 2014

Ocean Breeze Recovery, a drug and alcohol treatment center located in Pompano Beach, Florida, has achieved the prestigious gold seal of approval from the Joint Commission, an independent not-for-profit organization that accredits health care organizations throughout the United States. Accreditation signifies that the quality programs offered at Ocean Breeze Recovery have met the Joint Commission standards for safety and performance. Ocean Breeze, which is fully licensed in the state of Florida, joins the ranks of some 20,000 certified health care organizations in the country committed to high quality care.

“We are pleased that our years of dedication and commitment to service excellence in our treatment center have earned the Joint Commission’s accreditation,” said Peter and Kimberly Cogan, owners of Ocean Breeze Recovery. “We consistently provide quality care for our clients, and our top-notch staff operates successful programs. This is what has gained the Joint Commission’s attention and recognition. We are in the business of transforming lives with our fully trained counselors, all of whom are certified in their various fields. Our staff of addiction specialists is compassionate and resourceful in helping our clients learn to live a healthy, sober and balanced life.”

The Joint Commission recognized Ocean Breeze Recovery for its experienced staff of professionals, who are highly trained in proven methods of recovery and who keep up to date on current therapeutic techniques. The staff is committed to providing the best possible care, working with each client who enters recovery to develop a program that meets individual needs. Counselors and therapists are prepared to help clien
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