CCAPP Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor
Email from thrilled student:
Hi Christian Institute!
I attended your program August 2021 - January 2022 and since then my CADC-II application was finally approved through CCAPP and therefore I sat for my test this past weekend, 5/13/23, and PASSED the IC&RC Exam!
I wanted to thank you so much for your kind words and help that you provided me, and to all of us applicants, really.
I am thrilled that I passed on the first attempt.
Take good care of yourself and thanks again,
Other Students' Talk about Christian Institute
I passed my Alcohol and Drug Counselor Exam with flying colors. Thanks to Christian Institute! Christian Institute's on-line classes gave me the flexibility and tools I needed to pass each class and feel confident while applying for my internship. Christian Institute was there for me every step of the way to answer questions and offer support.
I am so grateful for all their help.
Just a quick note to express my thanks for the help you gave me through Christian Institute as I studied for my drug and alcohol counselor credential. You were very encouraging along the way and kept me motivated to complete the tasks. Last week I took and passed the CADC II exam. Thank you.
About this Program:
Christian Institute (CI) has been offering drug and alcohol counseling certification courses since 2005. We have hundreds of satisfied students, and most importantly, many of them have gone on to become Certified. Christian Institute is approved by CCAPP (California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals). This means that you don’t have to worry if your courses will count towards your certification. You can visit CCAPP's website by clicking here for more information. With CCAPP certification, you have reciprocity with other states through the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC) This means that your certification is transferable to jurisdictions governed by IC&RC. You can also view other states' certification requirements. If you reside in another state, read the state's certification requirement. The states listed in the menu are the ones where Christian Institute's courses will meet the criteria.
Substance Abuse Certification Counselor
Acquiring professional knowledge and skills to work with those who have substance abuse issues is essential to be more effective. As stated earlier, Christian Institute, since 2005, has been offering substance abuse training to persons who want to help others with substance abuse problems. Many of Christian Institute’s students have become certified drug and alcohol counselors. They are now working in non-profits, governmental entities and are even in private practice. Other students take courses for enrichment purposes so that they can learn about substance abuse in order to help loved ones or understand the nature of addiction. Still others have taken the courses to be more effective in their church ministry. Christian Institute has designed its courses so that persons can qualify to become certified as a drug and alcohol counselor. In understanding the nature of treating others with substance abuse issues, Christian Institute's curriculum helps students not only to pass the exam to become certified but also to enhance their fundamental understanding of providing treatment. Through Christian Institute's curriculum, students' understanding of working with clients is broadened; therefore, they develop new perspectives on how to perform treatment.
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Students Say About Overview of Addiction:
I loved this course very insightful. I absolutely agree with the spiritual aspect of learning about addictions. You certainly can't have one without the other.
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