ROAR treatment service highly praised by national regulator
Turning Point’s Rochdale and Oldham Active Recovery service has been rated ‘Outstanding’ for leadership and ‘Good’ overall by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the national regulator of health and social care services in England.
Amanda Lacey, regional head of operations for Turning Point Public Health and Substance Misuse Services, said: “We are delighted that CQC has rated ROAR as Outstanding for leadership and recognised the hard work, expertise and dedication of all our staff and peer mentors.
“The service was redesigned a year ago, and it is a fantastic achievement to have established a service rated ‘Good’ overall so soon. Our staff continue to work hard to deliver high-quality services and engage with people who need support, and it is important to us to continue to improve even further the quality of care and support.”
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