The Salvation Army Addiction Treatment Services (ATS)

Funding & Accreditation

The Salvation Army Addiction Treatment Services (ATS)

Accreditation & Funding

The Commission on Accreditation on Rehabilitation Services (CARF) has accredited the following levels of ATS treatment services: Non-Medical Detoxification, Residential Treatment, Day Treatment, Intensive Outpatient, and Outpatient Treatment. CARF accreditation signifies that ATS’s efforts to provide quality health care have received national recognition and that it meets nationwide standards.

The staff adhere to the highest ethical standards of business and professional conduct, including NAADAC Ethical Standards of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors.

Addiction Treatment Services (ATS) is funded by the following:

  • Hawaii State Legislature through the State Department of Health - Alcohol & Drug Abuse Division
  • State Judiciary
  • State Department of Public Safety
  • Additional funding is also provided by the U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Aloha United Way.