Accreditations

Goodwill Accreditations

Ethics and accountability standards are at the core of everything we do. For almost 60 years Goodwill South Florida has received accreditations from some of the most prestigious accreditations and certification agencies in the country.

We are committed to demonstrating our commitment to creating new opportunities for the people we serve by holding to the highest standards of quality, public accountability and transparency.

  • CARF – The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities Accredits Vocational Rehabilitation Programs.
  • Qlarant – Agency for Healthcare Administration Accredits Developmental Disabilities Services.
  • COE – Council on Occupational Education Committee  Accredits Vocational Adult and Basic Education Programs.
  • ISO 9001:2015 Registered and certified by TUV NORD in the areas of design and manufacture of textile goods including military uniforms, flags and accessories.
  • HLAC (Healthcare Laundry Accreditation Council) HLAC is a nonprofit that inspects and accredits laundries that process reusable textiles for hospitals, nursing homes and other healthcare facilities. Our accreditation confirms that our facilities have been independently inspected and adhere to professionally recognized infection control procedures and policies.
  • CIMS Certified (Cleaning Industry Management Standards) This certification applies to Management, Operations, Performance systems and processes that demonstrate we are structured to deliver consistent quality services to meet customer's needs and expectations. It sets forth processes, procedures and supporting documentation characteristic of a customer driven organization. Goodwill South Florida is CIMS Certified with Honors.
  • Sarbanes-Oxley Act Goodwill is in compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, including an independent Board of Directors’ Audit Committee and Compensation Committee in compliance with IRS Regulations.

AbilityOne

Creating Job Opportunities for People With Significant Disabilities

Known as the AbilityOne Program, the Javits- Wagner-O'Day Act was federally enacted to provide diverse employment opportunities for people who are blind or have other significant disabilities on product and service contracts.

  • Goodwill affords AbilityOne federal customers a wide array of quality services and products, while providing jobs for people with significant disabilities, many who lived below the poverty line and were previously unemployable.
  • Goodwill salutes the AbilityOne Commission, SourceAmerica, and our Federal customers for excellent jobs in Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe counties that truly employ people with significant disabilities. Abilityone.gov

Source America

SourceAmerica is rooted in AbilityOne. The Federal AbilityOne Program provides employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities, and SourceAmerica was established in 1974 to facilitate the program.

  • SourceAmerica links Federal procurement customers with nonprofits that supply AbilityOne products and services, providing contract management and support along the way.
  • America’s community-based nonprofits constantly fight for a more inclusive workplace. These well-managed nonprofits are dedicated to training and employing workers with significant disabilities, and SourceAmerica provides resources to support them in their mission. By joining the SourceAmerica network, our nonprofit partners are able to compete for contracts held by government and commercial customers. Sourceamerica.org