Credentialing Support Partnership
The NH Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association is excited to announce the launch of the Credentialing Support Partnership (CSP). The CSP partners with various NH substance use treatment programs, and other organizations that are providing substance use and co-occurring disorders treatment services, in order to provide support and ease burdens of the onsite clinical supervisor to advance licensure of clinicians.
This program aims to expand behavioral health workforce capacity and access to evidenced-based treatment from licensed providers. Additionally, this program is a resource for answering questions related to all New Hampshire substance use credentials. The CSP is designed to support LADC and MLADC licensure candidates by providing the necessary supervision and other supports (skill building, mentoring, coaching, etc.) to participants as you work towards successful completion and obtain licensure.
Some of the benefits of working with the Credentialing Support Partnership include:
What is the process for enrolling?
While not all applicants will be approved for the program, those that are selected will meet with a staff member to fully enroll in the program. Program enrollment includes pre-involvement survey questions, various forms, discussions with the participant as well as the participant’s work-site supervisor(s). Upon successful enrollment, you will begin your process of supervision, guidance and mentorship toward licensure as a New Hampshire LADC or MLADC.