The ACIT II, while open to any qualified candidate, is approved for Medicaid Reimbursement for those who work, specifically, in Opioid Treatment Programs and is intended to serve as a pathway to our other addiction professional credentials.

Requirements to earn your ACIT II credential

Experience
  • Employed in the addiction treatment field for a minimum of 1 year
  • Supervised by CADAC II or higher; within a Supervisor’s caseload no more than 50% can be ACIT based on federal, state, or agency policy 
Education & Training
  • Bachelor’s in Social Service Field and/or equivalent course work, with a minimum of 15 credit hours
  • Equivalent course work includes: Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, Anthropology, Ethics, Humanistic Studies, Communications 
  • Completion of six (6) hours of Counseling Ethics and six (6) hours of HIV/STI training
Code of ethics
  • The applicant must sign, and agree to abide by the ICAADA Addiction Consultant in Training (ACIT) Code of Ethics
Residency Requirement
  • Candidate must live or work in Indiana at least 51% of the time
Recertification
  • This credential is NOT renewable
  • Three Year Limit – Personal development plan submitted to corresponding OTP with end goal of obtaining IC&RC credential within 3-year timeframe
Fees
  • Membership: $125
  • Certification: $200

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