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Credentials help advance your profession. ICAADA offers training for you to earn credentials good for two-years in Indiana, other stats, and internationally with IC and RC.

ACIT

Addiction Consultant in Training (ACIT) is an entry level clinical addiction credential for individuals employed in the addiction treatment field, or enrolled as a college student in addiction treatment studies. ACIT is a non-renewable credential and a stepping stone to other addiction professional credentials.

→ Read the ACIT requirements


CADAC I

Certified Addiction and Drug Abuse Consultant I (CADAC I) is a clinical credential that is recognized only in Indiana.

→ Read the CADAC I requirements


CADAC II

Certified Addiction and Drug Abuse Consultant II (CADAC II) is a clinical addiction credential recognized by the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction and by the International Credentialing and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC) and IC&RC affiliated states and countries which offer the IC&RC Alcohol and Drug Counselor (ADC) credential.

→ Read the CADAC II requirements


CADAC III

Certified Addiction and Drug Abuse Consultant III (CADAC III) is a clinical addiction credential recognized by the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction. Applicants seeking the CADAC III credential must hold and maintain a non-clinical (bachelors level) license recognized by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing Board.

→ Read the CADAC III requirements


CADAC IV

Certified Addiction and Drug Abuse Consultant IV (CADAC IV) is a clinical credential recognized by the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction and by the International Credentialing and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC) and IC&RC affiliated states and countries which offer the IC&RC Alcohol and Drug Counselor (ADC) credential.

→ Read the CADAC IV requirements


CADAC V

Certified Addiction and Drug Abuse Consultant V (CADAC V) is a clinical addiction credential. Applicants seeking the CADAC V credential must hold and maintain a clinical level (masters/PhD level) license recognized by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing Board.

→ Read the CADAC V requirements


CCDP

Certified Co-occurring Disorders Professional (CCDP) is a clinical credential unavailable to new candidates. Professionals holding the CCDP credential currently may renew their CCDP. CCDP holders have 4,000 hours of co-occurring specific treatment experience, and 2,000 additional hours of documented treatment experience. Renew your CCDP by continuing to its renewal form, and learn more about its education, training and supervision requirements.

→ Read the CCDP requirements


CCDP-D

Certified Co-occurring Disorders Professional-Diplomate (CCDP-D) is a clinical credential unavailable to new candidates but may be renewed by current CCDP-D holders. CCDP-D credentialed professionals have 2,000 hours of co-occurring specific treatment experience, and earned a Master’s degree in co-occurring disorder (COD) or behavioral science with a clinical application from an accredited college or university. Renew your CCDP-D by continuing to its renewal form, and learn more about its requirements.

→ Read the CCDP-D requirements


CCJP

Certified Criminal Justice Specialist (CCJP) is an addiction credential for criminal justice professionals recognized by the International Credentialing and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC) and IC&RC affiliated states and countries that offer the IC&RC CCJP credential. This credential is also recognized as the gold standard for competency in the field and has been endorsed by the International Community Corrections Association (ICCA).

→ Read the CCJP requirements


CPS

Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) is a credential for prevention professionals recognized by the International Credentialing and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC) and IC&RC affiliated states and countries that offer the IC&RC CPS credential.

→ Read the CPS requirements


CCS

Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) is a clinical credential recognized by the International Credentialing and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC) and IC&RC affiliated states and countries that offer the IC&RC CCJP credential.

→ Read the CCS requirements


MATS

Medication Assisted Treatment Specialist (MATS) is a clinical credential recognized by the Division of Mental Health and Addiction of the Indiana Department of Family and Social Services Administration.

→ Read the MATS requirements


CAPRC I

Certified Peer Addiction Recovery Coach I (CAPRC I) is a credential for individuals who lived through a recovery experience and desire to help peers in addiction recovery. CAPRC I is recognized in Indiana only and by Indiana Recovery Works.

→ Read the CAPRC I requirements


CAPRC II

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.

→ Read the CAPRC II requirements


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