CEASE Standards of practice for treatment programs
The CEASE Standards of Practice present a set of requirements for services and service goals to ensure equity of access and quality of care for delivery of services. The Standards define and describe the quality of service provision. The Standards of Practice Manual sets out standards that are benchmarks in providing quality service which will act as guidelines for organizations providing treatment for children and young people with problem sexual behaviours and sexually abusive behaviours. The Standards recognize the specific issues facing rural and remote services which include recruitment, retention and often less experienced workers requiring more supervision.