Crisis Control Ministry Pharmacy Receives Accreditation

Crisis Control Ministry’s licensed free pharmacy was recognized on July 18 for receiving accreditation through the North Carolina Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NCAFCC). The NCAFCC is headquartered in Winston-Salem

The NCAFCC’s accreditation program offers organizations the opportunity to strengthen their programs and services by demonstrating their compliance to standards shared by similar organizations. Obtaining NCAFCC accreditation status illustrates the organization’s values and commitment to performance.

“We are extremely proud of the commitment to delivering quality health care to the uninsured of Forsyth County as represented by Crisis Control Ministry achieving the goal of NCAFCC accreditation,” said Randy Jordan, CEO of the NCAFCC. “Congratulations to Crisis Control’s Executive Director, Margaret Elliott, and her talented team!”