Individual Membership Levels
Open to individuals who are credentialed/licensed/certified/registered addiction professionals.
Open to individuals who are working toward licensure or certification in the addiction profession and non-clinical addiction professionals, such as probation officers, public health workers, administrators, marketing representatives, and other people interested in the addiction field. Please note that it is not appropriate to join NAADAC as an associate member to solicit other NAADAC members for any services.
PEER RECOVERY SUPPORT SPECIALIST
Open to individuals who are credentialed/licensed/certified/registered peer recovery support specialists or recovery coaches.
Open to individuals currently enrolled in a college/university or state government approved training facility with a minimum of three credit hours in addiction studies. Students involved in a full or part-time internship are also eligible for student membership. Student members must not be currently licensed or certified as an addiction professional, or practicing as an addiction professional.
Open to individuals actively enrolled in the U.S. Military or U.S. Military Reserve.
Open to individuals who are living and working outside of the United States and its territories.
Open to individuals who are no longer practicing addiction or counseling/helping professionals.
NAADAC members are eligible for over 145 free CEs, reduced rates on insurance, conferences, publications, advocate for the addiction profession, and much more! See a full list of NAADAC membership benefits.
If you live or work in a U.S. state or territory with a NAADAC affiliate, you will automatically join both NAADAC and its affiliate and must pay both national and state affiliate dues. Membership in both NAADAC and your state affiliate ensures that you are represented at both the national and state level. States without active affiliates pay national dues only. Click here for membership dues chart.
If you are in the military and stationed overseas, you may choose the state affiliate in the state you will live upon return stateside or in the state where your family resides.
NAADAC estimates that 8% of the dues payment is not deductible as a business expense because of NAADAC's advocacy activities on behalf of members. $6 of your membership dues payment has been allocated to the magazine and this amount is non-deductible. Membership and contributions are non-refundable.
How do I renew?
If you are a member of NAADAC and want to renew, sign-in to the NAADAC member sign-in area on the top of our website. To sign-in to this site with a member ID, use First Initial Last Name (ex. John Smith = jsmith) and your member ID number as your default password. Don't remember your member ID? Then click on the link "forgot my password", use your e-mail address to retrieve your password. Still having trouble? Call 703.741.7686 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not comfortable online?
Join or renew your membership over the phone by calling 703.741.7686 or download a membership application and fax it to 703.741.7698 or mail it to 44 Canal Center Plaza, Suite 301, Alexandria, VA 22314.
Interested in an Organizational Membership?
NAADAC Organizational Membership is open to organizations, corporations, and agencies interested in supporting the addiction profession and increasing their visibility. Organizational member benefits include discounts on individual NAADAC membership for your staff, advertisements in NAADAC's Addiction & Recovery eNews and the Annual Conference Program, exhibit booth space at the Annual Conference, and much more! Click here to learn more.
Georgia Addiction Counselor Association, GACA Members
Georgia Residents Only: Please join/renew NAADAC and GACA through GACA's website: http://gaca.org/membership/benefits-gaca-membership/ or contact GACA directly at 770-434-1000.