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2 M ISSION IC&RC protects the public by establishing standards and facilitating reciprocity for the credentialing of addiction-related professionals.

3 V ISION IC&RC will continue to be the global resource for the highest standards in addiction-related behavioral healthcare credentialing.

4 IC&RC represents more than 45,000 addiction-related professionals from 77 Member Boards.

5 Bermuda Bulgaria Canada China Costa Rica Cyprus Denmark Estonia Finland Germany Greece Iceland India Israel Latvia Lithuania Malaysia Malta Mexico Nicaragua Norway Singapore Sweden United Kingdom United States M EMBER B OARDS C OUNTRIES

6 Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin M EMBER B OARDS U.S. S TATES

7 U.S. Air Force U.S. Army U.S. Navy IHS California IHS Nashville Area IHS Northern Plains Southwest Indian Tribes Upper Midwest Indian Pacific Puerto Rico World Federation of Therapeutic Communities M EMBER B OARDS A RMED FORCES, N ATIVE A MERICAN, T ERRITORIAL & O THER

8 A LCOHOL & D RUG C OUNSELOR Experience: 6000 hours of supervised work experience specific to the ADC domains. Degree substitutions apply. Education: 270 hours specific to the domains. Six hours must be specific to counselor ethics. Supervision: 300 hours specific to the domains, which include the 12 core functions and TAP 21 Competencies with a minimum of ten hours in each core function area. Examination: Applicants must pass the IC&RC International Written ADC Examination. Code of Ethics: Applicants must sign a code of ethics statement or affirmation statement. Recertification: 40 hours of continuing education earned every two years. ADC

9 A DVANCED A LCOHOL & D RUG C OUNSELOR Experience: 2000 hours of supervised ADC-specific work experience. Education: Master's Degree in behavioral science with a clinical application from a regionally accredited college or university within the United States or colleges and universities outside the United States, plus 180 hours of ADC- specific education. Six hours must be specific to counselor ethics. Supervision: 300 hours specific to the domains, which include the 12 core functions and TAP 21 Competencies. A minimum of ten hours in each core function area. Examination: Applicants must pass the IC&RC International Written AADC Examination. Code of Ethics: Applicants must sign a code of ethics statement or affirmation statement. Recertification: 40 hours of continuing education earned every two years. AADC

10 C LINICAL S UPERVISOR Prerequisite: Applicant must hold and maintain an ADC, AADC, CCJP, CCDP or CCDPD credential at the IC&RC reciprocal level or hold a specialty substance abuse credential in another professional discipline in the human services field at the master's level or higher. Experience: 10,000 hours of ADC counseling specific work experience plus 4000 hours of ADC supervisor work experience (4000 hours may be included in the 10,000 hours and must include 200 hours of face-to-face clinical supervision). Degree substitutions apply. Education: 30 hours of education specific to the first five IC&RC clinical supervision domains with a minimum of four hours in each. Examination: Applicants must pass the IC&RC International Written Clinical Supervisor Examination. Code of Ethics: Applicants must sign a clinical supervisor specific code of ethics statement or affirmation statement. Recertification: Six hours of continuing education earned every two years. The six hours may be a part of the 40 hours obtained for the ADC, AADC, CCJP, CCDP, or CCDPD recertification. CS

11 P REVENTION S PECIALIST Experience: 2000 hours of Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) prevention work experience. Education: 100 hours of prevention specific education. Fifty hours of this education must be ATOD specific. Six hours must be specific to prevention ethics. Supervision: 120 hours specific to the domains with a minimum of ten hours in each domain. Examination: Applicants must pass the IC&RC International Written Prevention Specialist Examination. Code of Ethics: Applicants must sign a prevention specific code of ethics statement or affirmation statement. Recertification: 40 hours of continuing education earned every two years. PS

12 C ERTIFIED C RIMINAL J USTICE A DDICTIONS P ROFESSIONAL Experience: 6000 hours of supervised work experience specific to the domains. Degree substitutions apply. Work experience must have been obtained within the 10 years prior to application. Education: 270 hours of education specific to the domains. Six hours of education must be in criminal justice ethics. 270 hours specific to the domains with a high school diploma; 200 hours with an associate’s degree or a non-reciprocal ADC counselor credential; 150 hours with a bachelor’s degree or an IC&RC reciprocal ADC counselor credential; 100 hours with a master’s degree or an IC&RC reciprocal CS credential; 80 hours are required with a doctorate or an IC&RC AADC counselor credential or other advanced credential (NBCC, CRCC, NASW, MAC, etc.) CCJP

13 C ERTIFIED C RIMINAL J USTICE A DDICTIONS P ROFESSIONAL Supervision: 200 hours specific to the domains with a high school diploma; 150 hours with an associate’s degree or a non-reciprocal ADC counselor credential; 100 hours with a bachelor’s degree or an IC&RC reciprocal ADC counselor credential; 60 hours with a master’s degree or an IC&RC reciprocal CS credential; no hours are required with a doctorate degree or above or an IC&RC AADC counselor credential or other advanced credential (NBCC, CRCC, NASW, MAC, etc.) A minimum of ten hours in each domain is required. Examination: Applicants must pass the IC&RC International Written Criminal Justice Addictions Professional Examination. Code of Ethics: Applicants must sign a criminal justice specific code of ethics statement or affirmation statement. Recertification: 40 hours of continuing education earned every two years. CCJP

14 C ERTIFIED C O -O CCURRING D ISORDERS P ROFESSIONAL Experience: 4000 hours of co-occurring specific work experience and 2000 hours of documented work experience in counseling in the last ten years hours total. Education: A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in co-occurring disorder (COD) or behavioral science with a clinical application from a college or university that is accredited by the U.S. Department of Education or the Council on Higher Education Accreditation or an international equivalent if degree is from an international institution. 200 total hours are required, of that 140 hours of COD specific training that includes a focus on both substance use and mental disorders. 30 hours of addiction specific training and 30 hours of mental health specific training are required. Six of those hours must be counselor specific ethics training. Supervision: 200 hours, at least 20 hours in each of the domains. Examination: Applicants must pass the IC&RC International Written Co-Occurring Disorders Professional Examination. Code of Ethics: Applicants must sign a co-occurring specific code of ethics statement or affirmation statement. Recertification: 40 hours of COD-specific continuing education earned every two years. CCDP

15 C ERTIFIED C O -O CCURRING D ISORDERS P ROFESSIONAL D IPLOMATE Experience: 2000 hours of co-occurring specific work AND 2000 hours of counseling experience in the last ten years. Education: Master’s degree or higher in co-occurring disorder (COD) or behavioral science with a clinical application from a college or university that is accredited by the United States Department of Education or the Council on Higher Education Accreditation or an international equivalent if degree is from an international institution. 140 hours of COD specific training that includes a focus on both substance use and mental disorders and considers the interactive relationship between the disorders. Six hours must be counselor specific ethics training. One hour of education is equal to 50 minutes of continuous instruction. CCDPD

16 C ERTIFIED C O -O CCURRING D ISORDERS P ROFESSIONAL D IPLOMATE Supervision: 100 hours, at least ten hours in each of the domains. Examination: Applicants must pass the IC&RC International Written Co-Occurring Disorders Professional Examination. Code of Ethics: Applicants must sign a co-occurring specific code of ethics statement or affirmation statement. Recertification: 40 hours of COD specific continuing education earned every two years. CCDPD

17 S ERVICES FOR P ROFESSIONALS Counselor Magazine subscription Discount on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Weekly Discounts to conferences and training Eligibility for professional liability insurance Listing in online professional directory More to come!

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