Addictive Disorders Counseling
The Addictive Disorders Counseling program prepares students to work in the field of addiction counseling, providing alcohol and drug-related counseling service to individuals in a variety of settings, including private, non-profit, and public social service agencies. ADC certificate recipients may be employed by inpatient and outpatient treatment clinics, transitional housing centers, mental health clinics, shelters, detoxification units, crisis intervention centers, incarceration facilities, and prevention programs.
Post-Professional Practice in ADC: This program will prepare students for working in the areas of addiction counselor and in-take counselor.
- Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers
- Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors
- Child, Family, and School Social Workers
EDD Occupational Guides*
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