ACADC Offers Dual Substance Abuse Counselor Credentials
ACADC “CDAAC” Christian Certificate / CCAPP “CADC-1” California (DHCS) Approved AOD Counselor Certification
ACADC is an approved education provider for CCAPP and for nationally recognized NAADAC and Breining Institute
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ACADCI – College of Addiction & Biblical Studies offers Associate, Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral programs in Addiction & Biblical Studies and is an educational provider for CCAPP, The California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals. CCAPP is Nationally Accredited through NCCA/ICE and is a California approved Addiction Counselor Certifying Organization. ACADC is also a Continuing Education Provider (#705) for NAADAC, the National Association for Addiction Professionals.
The Substance Abuse Counselor Certificate Program is designed to help individuals acquire the skills and certification necessary to counsel those who suffer from the effects of substance abuse.
The program meets the educational and training requirements established according to regulations from the State of California, Department of Health, Division of Alcohol and Drug Programs. Participants completing this program will be prepared to apply for certification from CCAPP.
The Association of Christian Alcohol & Drug Counselors was established as a 501 C-3 non-profit corporation in 2002 with the purpose of educating and equipping Drug, Alcohol & Addictions Counselors in accordance with Biblical principles. ACADC has a certificate program that equips students to become Certified Counselors in the State of California.
The mission of ACADC is to train and equip effective counselors, intimate with God and biblical wisdom, having received a quality education in the Addiction Counselor Guidelines published in SAMHSA’s TAP 21 such that the ACADC trained counselor is confident to speak to any condition pertaining the mind, will, and emotions, soul and spirit and encompasses all counselor competencies that drug, alcohol and addiction counselors should have.