The BHCOE Accredited Provider Directory is a comprehensive online database of ABA therapy providers across the country, aimed at helping parents, payors, and students find the best ABA therapy providers in their area.
EXPLORE THE DIRECTORY — Job-seekers, parents and payors, find a quality ABA provider today.
LOS ANGELES, Calif., April 6, 2023 — We’re pleased to announce the launch of our new and improved BHCOE Provider Directory. The BHCOE Accredited Provider Directory is a comprehensive online database of ABA therapy providers across the country, aimed at helping parents, payors, and students find the best ABA therapy providers in their area.
The new BHCOE Provider Directory has been designed to make it easier for accredited ABA organizations to manage their listings and for users to find the right provider based on their specific needs. Providers can now edit their listing directly, add accredited clinic locations, and include detailed information such as ages served, languages spoken, insurances accepted, and more. The directory will also indicate which providers are currently accepting patients, and which providers are currently hiring and notify payors, patients, and job seekers of accredited ABA organizations in their area on a regular basis.
“We are thrilled to launch the new BHCOE Provider Directory, which is designed to provide an easy-to-use resource for parents, payors, and students seeking ABA therapy providers,” said Sara Litvak, BHCOE’s Chief Executive Officer. “Our aim is to make it easier for families and organizations to find accredited ABA providers that offer high-quality services, and to support providers in promoting their services and expanding their reach.”
This announcement follows a recent finding by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that autism prevalence has increased from 1 in 48 children to 1 in 36 children. The supply of qualified therapy providers still lags significantly behind the number of children needing life-altering therapy. To be listed on the BHCOE Provider Directory, an organization must have earned or bee working towards BHCOE accreditation. Providers who are not yet accredited are encouraged to contact BHCOE to learn more about the accreditation process and how it can benefit their organization.
For more information about the BHCOE Provider Directory or to search for ABA therapy providers in your area, please visit bhcoe.org/aba-therapy-directory/.
Behavioral Health Center of Excellence® (BHCOE®) is an ANSI-accredited Standards Developer and an accrediting body within the autism field. Over the last eight years, BHCOE has dedicated itself to transforming care for people with autism and related developmental disabilities through a relentless focus on serving as a source for the autism community on how best to improve the quality of care, safety, well-being and life for patients and families.
About the CDC
The Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring (ADDM) Network is a program funded by CDC to collect data to better understand the number and characteristics of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities living in different areas of the United States.