NAATP endorses values-based practice. At a time when all providers do not share these values, it is imperative that NAATP and its members lead the way. The NAATP Values Statement describes the delivery of high quality integrated service delivered with professionalism.
Code of Ethics
The NAATP Code of Ethics is a guide for conduct to which all NAATP members must adhere and to which all providers should aspire. The NAATP Code of Ethics sets forth conduct requirements in the areas of Management, Facilities, Marketing, and Treatment. NAATP and its members hold ourselves accountable by enforcement of the Code of Ethics in our NAATP Ethics Complaint Violation Policy and Procedure.
Ethics Complaint Process
Learn more about the Ethics Complaint Process including the Policy & Procedure and Complaint Form.
Member Ethics Requirement
NAATP membership is a privilege. NAATP requires that all members adhere to NAATP Values, Membership Conditions, and the NAATP Code of Ethics. During the application and renewal process, members attest that they have read, understand, and agree to adhere to each of these. Members must further agree that a failure to adhere, as determined in the sole discretion of NAATP, will result in disciplinary action by NAATP that may include: denial of membership application, corrective action by the member, or revocation of membership.
The NAATP Quality Assurance Initiative (QAI) is a comprehensive program that includes the production of a provider Guidebook designed to promote best practice through a series of detailed guidelines ranging from membership requirement do’s and don’ts to operational recommendations and quality implementation resources. The QAI is designed to:
- Promote best business practice
- Deter problematic business practice
- Inform payers and policy makers
- Educate and protect the consumer
- Train the provider