123 Home Care is proud to be accredited by leading home care associations in the U.S. and California
The Aging Life Care Association® (ALCA) is a nonprofit association with a mission to lead the community of Aging Life Care Professionals® through education, professional development, and the highest ethical standards.
ABHC (American Board of Home Care) strives to educate governments, businesses, families and seniors about the benefits of hiring home care companies that do business legally and ethically.
HCAOA (Home Care Association of America) was founded on the principle that quality private duty home care has one model of care and that model is to employ, train, monitor and supervise caregivers, create a plan of care for the client and work toward a safe and secure environment for the person at home.
NAHC (National Association Of Hospice & Home Care) is the largest professional association representing the interests of chronically ill, disabled, and dying Americans of all ages and the caregivers who provide them with in-homecare services.
HCSB (Home Care Standards Bureau) rates non-medical home care agencies on a strict set of critical home-care standards. Only those agencies that meet those standards earn the A+ rating.
BBB (Better Business Bureau) is the leading nonprofit organization focused on advancing marketplace trust by serving as an intermediary between consumers and businesses. In order to become a BBB Accredited Business one must go through an initial vetting process to ensure proper and ethical business practices and then the BBB ensures that Accredited Businesses continue to adhere to the BBB Code of Business Practices.