CCAPP invites you to become a
Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor II (CADC-II)
The CADC II demonstrates an advanced level of experience that tells consumers and employers that you have commitment and dedication. You are a leader and a respected member of your treatment team. Advancement to this level demonstrates a competency that comes from applying the skills you've learned in ways that have withstood the test of time. Becoming a CADC II lets you stand out in any treatment workplace.
Requirements for applying for the Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor II Credential:
“Nothing can replace the wisdom that experience brings. I’m glad to be a CADC-II with CCAPP/CCAPP Credentialing because I know that when I apply for a job my CADC-II certification puts my resume on the top of the stack, and when the state of California offers a license for AODA counselors, I’ll be at the top of the list as the most qualified in my field.”
►315 hours approved education
►255 hour field practicum
►Passing score on the ICRC written exam
►6,000 hours supervised work experience (A degree in a behavioral health discipline, not used to meet the education requirements for certification, can be used for hours toward certification, for the CADC II only, as follows: AA degree = 1000 hours; BA degree = 2000 hours; MA degree = 4000 hours. Examples of behavioral science degrees are: Marriage and Family Therapy, Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Addiction Counseling. Sociology and other liberal arts degrees are not acceptable).
You must pay for portfolio review and written exam at the time of submission.
Fees and Discounts
Benefits of CCAPP’s Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor II Credential:
►Approval to be employed at state licensed and certified facilities
►Reciprocity throughout the United States and many countries
►Recognition of skills and competencies required to treat clients in any setting
►The security of knowing that you are on the path to the highest levels of certification in California
►The pride that comes with saying, “I’m a CCAPP CADC-II!”