CAPRC II Certification
ICAADA Certified Peer Addiction Recovery Coach II (CAPRC II) is a credential for individuals who lived through a recovery experience and desire to help peers in addiction recovery. CAPRC II is recognized by Indiana Recovery Works and by the International Credentialing and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC), and IC&RC affiliated states and countries that offer the IC&RC Peer Recovery credential.
Register for your CAPRC II credential
Renew your CAPRC II credential
Skills you need for the CAPRC I credential
- Mentoring and education
- Recovery and wellness support
- Ethical responsibility
Requirements to earn your CAPRC II credential
- Professional experience
- 500 hours of volunteer or paid work experience specific to the skills: advocacy, mentoring and education, recovery and wellness support, and ethical responsibility
- High school diploma or jurisdictionally certified high school equivalency
- 46 hours specific to the all the skills for advocacy, mentoring and education, recovery and wellness support, and ethical responsibility
- 10 hours each in the skills for advocacy, mentoring and education, and recovery and wellness support
- 16 hours in the skill of ethical responsibility
- At least 6 hours of HIV/AIDS education is also required
- 25 hours of supervision specific to the all the skills for advocacy, mentoring and education, recovery and wellness support, and ethical responsibility
- Supervision must be provided by an organization’s documented and qualified supervisory staff per job description
- Applicants must pass the IC&RC International Peer Recovery Examination
- Code of ethics
- Applicants must sign the ICAADA peer recovery code of ethics statement affirming that the applicant has read and will abide by the code of ethics
- 40 hours of related continuing education earned every two years, including six hours in peer recovery ethics
- Geographic location
- You must live or work at least 51-percent of the time in Indiana
CAPRC II online registration
Applications for the CAPRC II credential must demonstrate applicable education or employment as well as pass the IC&RC counselor examination.
Once the CAPRC II exam is passed and your submitted application packet is complete, your CAPRC II certificate will be issued within 60 days.
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