CADC is the acronym for Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. We are an ICRC and NADAC approved agency. Our award-winning Clinical Supervisor has been working in the substance abuse treatment field for the last 25 years.
Requirements for Certification
“Complete the “Education.” Number your certificates and list in order on the cover sheet. Be sure at the required number of ethics hours have been included. If you are utilizing education hours that provide a transcript, you may state see the transcript on your Continuing Education Page. A total of 300 hours including 6 hours each of Ethics, Telemental Health, HIV/AIDS and Trauma-Informed Care is required.”
“Requested your current and/or past supervisors to complete the Supervisory forms that include the Clinically Supervised Experience (100
hours of face-to-face clinical supervision per 2000 hours of experience) a supervisor’s Evaluation, and the Supervisor’s Statement totaling 4000/6000 experience hours.”
“Our goal is to provide competency-based certification that will assure quality care for those affected by substance abuse. Certification offers evidence that standards of knowledge, skill, experience, and demonstration of competency have been met.
Since the original founding, IC&RC has developed international standards and testing for the addiction professional working in the area of criminal justice.
AACS has partnered with ADACBGA and is offering this Internationally recognized certification for professionals in Georgia who meet the
standards for this credential.”
Reference : https://www.adacbga.org/certinfo#cadc