Job Opportunities for Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselors

drug and alcohol counseling job opportunitiesThe ICDS substance abuse counselor education program will earn you the 315 required education hours that you need to begin a career as a Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor. As a licensed drug and alcohol counselor you will have the opportunity to work in a number of different fields including:

  • Residential treatment
  • Outpatient treatment
  • Outreach, screening and referral community programs
  • Dual diagnosis programs
  • Adolescent programs
  • Women with children
  • Domestic violence victims or offenders
  • Criminal justice programs
  • Veteran’s programs
  • Employee assistance programs
  • Prevention programs
  • Court Diversion Programs

Graduates of our program become effective, successful counselors and find jobs in a field with many employment opportunities.

Become a Certified/Licensed Counselor with our CAADAC Approved Curriculum

ICDS counselor training is NAADAC approved and will allow you to transfer college credit into a number of colleges and universities.

Certifications and licensures you’ll be eligible to obtain with ICDS counselor training: AAPACAPACADCAODA,CACCAC IICADACCADCCADC IICADC III,CADPCAPCASCASACCASAC-TCCDP, CDCCDC II,CRADCLADAC,LCDCLCDC IILCDC IIILCDPLCDP IILICDCLSAAMLAP

 

For More Information about Becoming a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Cousnelor click the links below:

Your Path to Becoming a CADC (Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor)

Become a Licensed Substance Abuse Counselor in 6 months

Substance Abuse Counselor Training Curriculum