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Corporate Compliance

A Culture of Integrity, Ethics & Respect

Adhering to Corporate Compliance and Code of Conduct

Community Hope, Inc. is dedicated to excellence and has a commitment to lifelong support needed by homeless veterans & their families and individuals with serious mental illnesses and their families to ensure that they achieve their full potential to improve the quality of their lives.

Our dedication and commitment extends to our desire to comply with the increasingly complex laws and regulations that govern the healthcare industry. This dedication begins at the level of the Board of Directors and extends throughout the entire Agency. To this end, Community Hope has developed a Corporate Compliance Program with policies, procedures and staffing designed to ensure that the Agency prevents and detects violations of the law in our practice of doing business.

Included in our Corporate Compliance Program is our “Code of Conduct & Ethics”, which provides guidance, assistance and expectations in carrying out our daily activities within appropriate ethical and legal standards. It is the responsibility of each and every Community Hope employee, volunteer and intern to comply with these guidelines. We also expect our affiliated physicians, therapists, subcontractors, independent contractors, vendors, consultants and any entity doing business with this Agency to comply with our Corporate Compliance Policy and Procedures, as well as the principles set forth in our Code of Conduct & Ethics. This expectation is incorporated into our Business Associate Agreements with each independent contractor.

To report any suspected misconduct or compliance violations, Community Hope maintains a Corporate Compliance Help Line at 973-463-9600 x374.

Click here to view our Employee Code of Conduct & Ethics
Click here to view our Board Member Code of Conduct & Ethics

Accreditations and Awards

CARF Accreditation

CARF AccreditedThe case management and community housing services provided within our Transitional Housing, Supportive Living, and Hope for Veterans® programs are accredited by CARF, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. Our three-year CARF accreditation represents the highest level of accreditation that can be awarded to an organization and shows Community Hope’s substantial conformance to CARF standards for programs and services of the highest quality.

Licensed By

Community Hope’s Transitional Housing and Supportive Living Programs are licensed by the New Jersey Department of Human Services Office of Licensing. Our Hope for Veterans® Program is licensed by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs.

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