Pharmacies need an accreditation partner that gets home and community-based health care. 


Patients rely on pharmacy providers to recommend and dispense safe, reliable and effective medicine and treatments. 

These professionals serve their communities in a variety of settings, including independent, community-based pharmacies; through mail order or online; or within hospitals and long-term care facilities.

Their services are invaluable within the community. These providers not only fill prescriptions, but also oversee medication management and responses for prescribed medications.

Pharmacies are integral to the health of a community. They need a partner that is likewise connected to home and community-based health care services.

They need CHAP.

As a partner in accreditation, we provide the tools and resources pharmacy providers need to deliver the best patient care.


Who should apply for accreditation?

Any organization that provides pharmacy services directly to consumers in any setting, including ancillary or long-term care facilities. Licensing requirements for pharmacy providers vary by state. If you’re unsure about your state’s licensing requirements, check here before applying.

What are the costs?

Costs for accreditation vary depending on the type of services you provide and the number of locations where you provide them. CHAP accreditation for all services is valid for a three-year period. Costs are billed in two interest-free installments.  

How do I apply for accreditation?

There are only seven steps for CHAP accreditation, from the initial application to full accreditation. Get started now in CHAP LinQ.

Where do I go for help?

If you need support as you fill out your application, check our frequently asked questions about the accreditation process or send us an email — we’ll be in touch within 24 hours.