Awards & Recognition
Telecare is often recognized for its culture, innovation, and commitment to providing excellent services to individuals with serious mental illness.
Best Places to Work
Telecare has been recognized repeatedly as a Best Place to Work in the Greater Bay Area (California) by the San Francisco Business Times. We take great pride in this award because it is based on the anonymous feedback of Telecare staff sharing their opinions about Telecare and the one-on-one relationships with coworkers and supervisors that matter to them most.
More than 85% of Telecare's programs have been accredited by the Commission of Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), an achievement that speaks volumes about Telecare's inclusive, client-centered approaches and our commitment to recovery for individuals with serious mental illness. We have received numerous commendations of excellence, the highest possible acknowledgement given by CARF.
Innovator in the Field
Telecare was one of three organizations selected as an innovator in the mental health field by the California Endowment, the California Wellness Foundation, and the California Healthcare Foundation.
Contributions to Mental Health
Telecare President and CEO Anne Bakar was honored by the Iris Alliance for her contributions, through Telecare, to the mental health community, along with Tipper Gore and Rusty Selix.
Most Influential Women in Business
Anne Bakar has been honored by the San Francisco Business Times as one of the Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business. Anne joined a cadre of other accomplished women who are supporting their communities, creating opportunities, and encouraging other women to reach their highest potential. Says Anne, "One of the most empowering things a woman can do is to have a career she loves and know how to support herself financially."
Leadership in the Community
Telecare President and CEO Anne Bakar was also honored by Girls, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of all girls, for her leadership and the example she sets for women to be smart, strong, and bold.