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CRC Health Group Code of Conduct
Copied March 19, 2010 from http://www.crchealth.com/documents/CodeofEthics.pdf
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CRC HEALTH GROUP, INC.
CRC HEALTH CORPORATION
CODE OF BUSINESS CONDUCT AND ETHICS
1, Policy Statement
It is the policy of CRC Health Group to conduct its business affairs honestly and in an ethical manner. That goal cannot be achieved unless we all accept our responsibility to promote integrity and demonstrate the highest level of ethical conduct in all of our activities. Activities that may call into question the Company’s reputation or integrity should be avoided. The Company understands that not every situation is black and white. The key to compliance with the Code is exercising good judgment. This means following the spirit of this Code and the law, doing the “right” thing and acting ethically even when the law is not specific. When you are faced with a business situation where you must determine the right thing to do, you should ask the following questions
Is this the right decision for the Company?
Am I following the spirit, as well as the letter, of any law or Company policy?
What would my family, friends or neighbors think of my actions?
Will there be any direct or indirect negative consequences for the Company?
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Our goal is to conduct our business with integrity.
CRC’s goal is to conduct our business with integrity and provide high quality care in the most appropriate setting. We should endeavor to deal honestly with the Company’s patients, students, customers, employees, suppliers and competitors. Under federal and state laws, the Company is prohibited from engaging in unfair methods of competition, and unfair or deceptive acts and practices. Employees should not take unfair advantage of anyone through manipulation, concealment, abuse of privileged information, misrepresentation of material facts, or any other unfair dealing. It is of equal importance that all employees be honest in all public statements, advertising and publicity. Employees must not express nor imply a promise of performance that we cannot reasonably be expected to fulfill.
CRC will respond to patient concerns or complaints concerning admission, treatment, discharge, or the quality of care. Each employee is responsible for identifying and responding to such complaints or concerns. Any concerns should be brought to the attention of supervisors or the Corporate Compliance Committee. All concerns should be reviewed, investigated, and responded to in a timely manner.
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Last updated April 8, 2010
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