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Approval for Addiction Counselors in Alabama

Overview: Alabama Alcohol & Drug Abuse Association

  • Provider: NAADAC #192243
  • Cycle: Renewal every 2 years
  • Total Requirement: 20 credit hours required; 10 may be earned with Addiction Counselor CE.
    AADAA has special CE requirements. Those requirements are listed below.
  • Requirement: HIV/AIDS, 4 credit hours

    4 credits required every two years.

    3 courses available. View Courses

  • Requirement: Ethics, 4 credit hours

    4 credit hours required every two years. It is recommended that you choose courses with the word “ethics” specifically in the title.

    28 courses available. View Courses

  • General Information

    Provider Info

    • NAADAC #192243

    Those certified must accumulate 20 hours of Continuing Education (20 contact hours) per year with 6 in ethics every other year and 4 in counselor specific HIV/AIDS also every other year. Documentation of these are to be submitted with the maintenance fees. Addiction Counselor CE provides printable certificates for easy documentation of courses completed.

    Renewal is on a quarterly schedule based on initial certification date. Those certified in January, February or March would renew in January. Those certified in April, May, or June would renew in April. Those certified in July, August, or September would renew in July. Those certified in October, November, or December would renew in October.

    Contact Info

    Alabama Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association
    717 Hwy 67 South Suite 2
    Decatur, AL 35603
    (256) 432-2781
    https://www.aadaa.us/

    Applicability and Disclaimer

    This CE approval information applies to these professionals in Alabama:

    • Addiction Counselors
    • Prevention Specialists

    Please Note:

    Carefully read your state licensure renewal requirements as some jurisdictions have specific topic requirements or limits on the number of accepted Online/Home Study credits.

    State laws often change, so please remember it is your responsibility for interpreting your state's laws, licensure requirements, course relevancy and all requirements for your state.