The Alcohol and Drug Counselor Certificate Program consists of 7 modules of instruction, plus 45 hours of supervised practicum and minimum of 255 hours of on-site clinical instruction designed around your schedule.
Our Alcohol and Drug Counselor Certificate Program is specifically designed to meet the educational requirements for drug counselor certification. Each course is focused on required content as specified by the 12 Core functions as required by state regulations and International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium (IC & RC) standards.
An entry-level credential for people who want to combine their life and recovery
experience with education to increase their income and enhance their career path.
An intermediate-level credential for people who wish to provide case management services to adults or children.
An entry-level credential for people who providing support services to adults or children who are receiving substance abuse or mental health services in residential programs, in-patient settings or community based programs.
An entry-level credential for front-line health workers who, by virtue of their trusted status in the community, serve as a liaison, link and intermediary between health services and the community to facilitate access to services and improve the quality and cultural competence of service delivery.
This credential is for people responsible for the overall management of a recovery residence or sober living house, plus supervision of residents and paid or volunteer staff.
Breakfree Intervention skills training equips participants to understand the history and methods of various intervention models in comparison to Brad Lamm’s proprietary invitation to change, paired with long-term family recovery. Through this online program, participants learn how to intervene using this cutting-edge approach to initiating family recovery.