Start the Path to EAGLE

UMA's EAGLE Accreditation Program is the only nationally recognized, faith-based accrediting body working exclusively with organizations serving children, youth families; older adults and those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. These organizations perform at the highest level of quality while living out their faith values - in service to their clients, in partnership with their boards and staff and in support of their local communities.

 Learn more about EAGLE and take the first step on the path to EAGLE Accreditation by attending the next EAGLE Overview educational session on April 1. This free, 45-minute webinar is designed for anyone seeking accreditation for the first time, those interested in the requirements to become accredited, or mandated to become accredited by state or federal legislation such as the Family First Prevention Services Act. Participants will gain an understanding of the key concepts that define EAGLE, the steps toward becoming accredited, and the benefits of accreditation. This interactive session led by Emily Robbearts, Director of EAGLE Accreditation, allows opportunity to ask questions about the EAGLE process. CLICK HERE to register.