A main emphasis of the Center of Alcohol Studies' Addiction Education program is to disseminate evidence-based prevention programs to reduce risks related to alcohol and other drug use. Our two current prevention initiatives are:
Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies is an NBCC-approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC-Approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of this program (6 clock hours [0.6 CEUs] for standard weekly seminars). Approval #6619. NBCC approved courses qualify for CACD/LCADC recertification in NJ.
Drug & Alcohol Counselors
This initiative will create a new generation of addiction professional leaders and accelerate change in the field. We seek submissions of innovative ideas that can change the way we prevent and treat addiction, particularly through strategies that enhance our workforce. We are particularly interested in submissions that address novel tools and ideas in the areas of recruitment and retention, diversity, promoting careers in addiction, enhancing support for addiction professionals, supervision, reducing the stigma of addiction, and prevention.
Focus Day PowerPoints:
Coming Soon: Information on the 2017 Summer School of Addiction Studies
Request for Course Proposals – Seminar Series
Seminar topics and ideas for the 2016-2017 CAS Professional Development Seminar Series will be considered until March 4, 2016. These Thursday seminars at CAS will continue to focus exclusively on recertification. Potential offerings can include any addiction-related topics that will support the work of those in the behavioral health and health education fields. As always, our series will appeal to all levels of individuals on the front line of addiction practice, particularly the advanced practitioner.