Sponsor: New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association
PRESENTATION: This 2-hour workshop will provide an overview of the Alc 300 rules adopted by the NH Board of Licensing for Alcohol & Other Drug Use Professionals in October 2016 as well as the Alc400 rules adopted in July 2018. The 300 rules describe the initial licensure requirements for LADCs and MLADCs and the 400 rules described the re-licensure and supervisor/supervision requirements. Initial and re-licensure requirements will be examined for both credentials. Upon completion of this workshop participants will be able to access the administrative rules online and reference the sections pertaining to LADC and MLADC initial licensure. They will be able to describe the role of the International Credentialing & Reciprocity Consortium for New Hampshire licensure. Participants will also have an increased confidence in being able to answer questions about credentialing for both the people they supervise toward the credential or in their own pursuit of the credentials. NASW/NBCC contact hours are not available for this workshop.
PRESENTERS: Dianne Pepin Castrucci, M.Ed., MLADC is the Executive Director of the NH Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association. In her role with NHADACA she has been involved in the education, advocacy and leadership of substance use professionals since 2004. She has been in the substance use profession as a whole for over 25 years and as such has worked in a variety of treatment and intervention settings including outpatient, DWI, county and state corrections systems. Dianne is also the chair of the Peer Review Subcommittee of the NH Board of Licensing for Alcohol & Other Drug Use Professionals. She commonly answers questions pertaining to credentialing for LADCs, MLADCs and CRSWs and is very familiar with the licensing procedures and processes. She is involved in workforce development efforts throughout NH and has been advocating the legislative needs pertaining to these credentials for over 15 years. She is a strong proponent of NHADACA’s mission to provide quality education, workforce development, advocacy, ethical standards and leadership for addiction professionals, as well as empower efforts in prevention, treatment and recovery.
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- August 10, 2021
- 11:00 am - 1:00 pm