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What does CAN stand for?

CAN stands for Certification for Addiction


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All of The Certification Board’s income is generated by fees related to certification of Addiction and Mental Health Professionals. In order to keep fees as reasonable as possible, The Certification Board has limited resources to answer individual questions. We are endeavoring to provide you with all of the information you require on this website.
The Academy for Addiction Professionals offers addiction counselor certification education, addiction continuing education (CEU) and substance abuse counselor certification training courses.
The Texas Certification Board of Addiction Professionals is a proud member of IC&RC, the global leader in the credentialing of prevention, addiction treatment, and recovery professionals. Organized in 1981, it provides standards and examinations to certification and licensing boards in 25 countries, 47 states and territories, five Native American regions, and all branches of the U. S. military.
MCBAP provides public protection and promote quality services through certification of professionals engaging in the prevention of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug problems and the assessment and treatment of addictions.
Contact us for more information on an addiction certification and becoming a certified addiction professional. Start your path towards certification as a Florida Certified Addiction Professional.
The ACPS is a TCBAP credential to recognize prevention specialists who have completed additional degree work. The ACPS credential upgrades and standardizes qualifications of those working in the area of prevention throughout Texas. The ACPS shall be viewed as a fully qualified specialist in the area of prevention and able to provide these services independently or with minimal supervision, to the degree allowed by applicable laws, statutes and regulations. The ACPS is designed to be appropriate for those professionals currently practicing in the prevention field. An ACPS is a health care professional who has been certified by the Texas Certification Board of Addiction.