In Recognition of showing dedication to a process based on best practice standards and promoting service excellence on February 5th, 2013 NADACA, Eagle’s Nest and Mi”kmaw Lodge was granted a three year accreditation certification with Canadian Accreditation Council of Human Services. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who were instrumental in this mile stone, Health Canada and NADACA Board of Directors for their commitment and support of this endeavor, our dedicated managers and staff as well as the collaborative efforts of the communities.Tags: Calvin Wood, Canadian Accreditation Council of Human Services, Dartmouth, Debra Keays-White, Eagle’s Nest and Mi”kmaw Lodge, Health Canada, Joseph Denny, Leanna MacLeod, Leslie Keays-White, Lloyd Gould, NADACA, Peter MacGregor
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