Professional Liability Insurance for NAADAC Members
In Spring 2015, NAADAC endorsed a professional liability program, exclusively for NAADAC members, through the American Professional Agency, Inc. (APA, Inc.), an underwriter of professional liability for the behavioral health and allied health field for 40 years. With over 100,000 insured professionals, APA, Inc. is one of the top program administrators in the country and offers broad coverage at lower premiums. Please note, NAADAC does not provide insurance directly.
The latest in a suite of products developed specifically for mental health professionals, APA, Inc.’s professional liability program provides coverage that is tailored to the unique exposures faced by addiction counselors. Coverage is also available for NAADAC members who are nationally certified Peer Recovery Support Specialists, Associates working under supervision, Clinical Supervisors, Corporate Entities, and Students.
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For more information on reduced rates for malpractice and liability insurance for individuals and agencies, please call the American Professional Agency, Inc. (APA, Inc.) at 1.800.421.6694 x2312 or e-mail [email protected] for full details.
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Professional Liability Insurance Training: A Must For All Mental Health and Addiction Professionals in this Challenging Environment
Description: Addiction counselors, affiliates, and licensed mental health professionals are facing new realities and challenges in this ever-changing environment, and there is a need to recognize the various liabilities associated with the delivery of services. This webinar is geared toward providing a basic explanation of malpractice insurance, more commonly referred to as “professional liability insurance.” Presenters will discuss the importance and necessity of maintaining coverage in the care, custody, and control of the professional providing services; provide an understanding of the different policy forms available on the market while simplifying the differences; discuss limits of liability and defense limits for lawsuits/claims and licensing board procedures; determine individualized comprehensive coverage designed for each policyholder, including eligibility, application completion, and commonly missed questions; and discuss in-house claims and risk management helpline resources, which are the first line of defense when facing common liability issues. Attendees will participate in a Q&A session and share personal experiences following the webinar.