Advent Christian Village’s health care entities are accredited by the Joint Commission. Joint Commission accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards.
As a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), Advent Christian Village follows high standards of Christian ethics in fundraising, financial accounting and reporting. ECFA is an alliance of over 1,100 evangelical ministries committed to responsible stewardship, financial integrity and God-honoring practices.
Advent Christian Village was founded by the Advent Christian Church in 1913 and maintains close ties with the Advent Christian denomination. As a member of the National Association of Evangelicals, the Advent Christian Church believes in salvation through faith in Jesus Christ alone and focuses on the imminent return of Christ to establish His kingdom. The Village Church is affiliated with the Advent Christian denomination; however, 18 different faiths are represented among its regular attendees. All are welcome to attend the church, just as all are welcome to apply for membership to Advent Christian Village.
LeadingAge Florida was established in 1963 as a Florida not-for-profit corporation and is committed to assisting members in achieving excellence as providers, businesses and employers. To accomplish this goal, the association provides up-to-date regulatory information, a wide variety of educational opportunities, representation before the Legislature and government agencies, group purchasing services and opportunities for networking with peers.
The association is comprised of approximately 350 of the state’s premier elder care organizations and more than 140 business associates. More than 80,000 seniors live in LeadingAge Florida member communities. Thousands more are served through home health services, adult day care centers, and other community outreach programs offered by our members. LeadingAge Florida members are economic engines, providing an estimated 25,000 jobs statewide. They are sponsored primarily by community-based nonprofit civic, religious, fraternal and other mission-driven organizations.