Darton State College Social Science Division | Human Services | Addiction Counseling Certificate Program
Addiction Counseling Certificate Program
What is it?
Addiction Counseling Program
CAC II Information and Requirements
The Addiction Counseling certificate program consists of six Georgia Addiction Counselors' Association (GACA) approved courses that total to 270 clock hours of academic instruction. Students who complete this certificate program will meet the academic training requirement at the CAC-II level for certification in addiction counseling. The six courses will be taught over a period of three semesters with two courses being offered per semester for a total of 6 semester credits and 90 clock hours each semester. Completion of this certificate program does not complete CAC-II level state certification requirements; there are four other requirements toward GACA certification as listed below:
|Work Experience Hours||3 years or 6,000 hours within past 8 years|
|Education||Bachelor’s Degree or Higher|
|Clinical Supervision||144 hours by a GACA-certified CCS|
|Testing||Written Exam/Written Case History/Presentation|
Please refer to the www.gaca.org website for additional information on state certification.
What can I do with it?
Check the following web site for possible career opportunities:
- National Organization for Human Services (NOHS) www.nationalhumanservices.org
- Southern Organization for Human Services (SOHS) www.sohse.org
- Council for Standards in Human Service Education (CSHSE) www.cshse.org
- Georgia Addiction Counselors Association (GACA) www.gaca.org
- National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC) www.naadac.org
What Courses do I take?
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To inquire about the Human Services program, please contact Carol Ann Ham.
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Last Update: January 21, 2015 3:06 PM
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