New Pathways for Children earns reaccreditation | Schools
GRAVES COUNTY, KY (KFVS) - New Pathways for Children, Inc., has been reaccredited. Richard Klarberg, president and CEO of the Council on Accreditation, recently informed New Pathways executive director Glen Burse.
In correspondence, Klarberg wrote:
“Reaccreditation is a tremendous achievement that demonstrates that your organization is recognized as a provider that continues to successfully implement high performance standards and, as such, is delivering the highest quality services to all of its stakeholders.”
Subsequently, New Pathways will receive a formal reaccreditation notification letter, its final accreditation report, and an accreditation plaque.
New Pathways’ treatment director is Michael Morris. The performance quality improvement coordinator and chief architect for the reaccreditations process is Amy Crawford. Linda Turner serves as the human resource director.
Klarberg concluded his letter by writing:
“Please extend my thanks and appreciation to all of your board and staff who have worked so hard over the past several months to achieve reaccreditation. You should all take enormous delight in continuing to be part of COA’s Community of Excellence.”
New Pathways for Children is a privately-owned residential facility located in Melber with a maximum of 27 beds. It is designed to help boys who have been removed from their homes by court order to build life skills necessary to find new pathways to success. The program’s educational services are provided by the Graves County School District.
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