Texas Boys Ranch achieves national accreditation

Texas Boys Ranch achieves national accreditation

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

(Press Release) 

Texas Boys Ranch has been accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA). This is a significant achievement for our organization and one we are extremely proud of accomplishing.

COA accreditation affirms that an organization meets the highest national standards of best practice and establishes the organization’s credibility as effective and professionally sound. In addition, it provides assurance to all of our stakeholders that Texas Boys Ranch is delivering needed, high-quality services in our community, conducting its operations successfully, and managing its funds effectively.

Although the formal part of the accreditation process has been completed, our work is far from over. COA accreditation is not an end in and of itself. Rather, it is a process by which our organization can consistently strive for and achieve new levels of excellence.

For more information about this topic or to schedule an interview please call Traci Cheek, Director of Advancement at 806-777-4136 or email at tcheek@texasboysranch.org .

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