Alcohol and Other Drug Counselors Licensed, Certified or Registered By CCAPP
In order to assist clients, employers and state regulators in the verification and referral processes, CCAPP has developed "The Registry" for identifying qualified treatment professionals in good standing with the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professions Сredentialing (CCAPP Сredentialing). The term "pending" may identify one of the following: pending administrative review, nonpayment of renewal dues and/or declined credit card and/or a check provided that has been sent back with the status non-sufficient funds.
RADT = Registered Alcohol and Drug Technician
RADT II = Registered Alcohol and Drug Trainee II
CADC I = Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor I
CADC II = Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor II
CADC III = Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor III
CADC-CS = Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor – Clinical Supervisor
LAADC = Licensed Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor*
LAADC-S = Licensed Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor - Supervisor*
We also offer specialty certifications:
CCJP = Certified Criminal Justice Addiction Professional
CCPS = California Certified Prevention Specialist
CCDP = Certified Co-occurring Disorder Professional
CPRS = Certified Peer Recovery Specialist
CRPM = Certified Recovery Program Manager
MATS = Medication Assisted Treatment Specialist
IS = Intervention Specialist
WTS = Women’s Treatment Specialist
IM = Membership, this is not a credential
SQV = Supervisor Qualification Verification
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CCAPP has updated its reporting functions for greater transparency. Ethics status gives consumers, employers, and auditors the up-to-date status for each individual. Expiration status lets applicants know when a credential needs to be renewed.
In Compliance + Not Expired = Valid | N/A = Application Pending