Substance Abuse Program (A4538E)
The Substance Abuse Program is designed to prepare students for a career in the addictions field and assist them in the process of state credentialing toward becoming a certified or licensed substance abuse counselor. The program also enables students to transfer their credits earned and pursue a four year degree. More information on local bachelors programs may also be found here. Course work includes classroom and experiential activities geared toward:
You can find the degree or certificate information you specifically need by clicking the description below that best matches your educational background. Click here for the Human Services Student Handbook.
See what Mark Cooke, a graduate of the Substance Abuse Program, has to say about the SAB program by viewing these videos!