NCC AP Certifications

National Certified Addiction Counselor Level I (NCAC I) 

A voluntary national and international certification intended for professionals working within addiction-related disciplines wishing to demonstrate their skills gained through years of supervised work experience.

National Certified Addiction Counselor Level II (NCAC II)

A voluntary national and international certification intended for professionals working within addiction-related disciplines wishing to demonstrate their specialized addiction treatment skills gained through supervised work experience and specific undergraduate course work.

Master Addiction Counselor (MAC)

A voluntary national and international certification intended for professionals working within addiction-related disciplines wishing to demonstrate their specialized addiction treatment skills gained through supervised work experience and specific graduate course work.

Nicotine Dependence Specialist (NDS)

A voluntary national and international credential that provides foundational knowledge of tobacco addiction, develops skills and strategies for tobacco addiction counseling and examines related recovery and wellness issues.

National Certified Adolescent Addictions Counselor (NCAAC)

A voluntary national and international credential that recognizes a standard of competencies and effective clinical practice utilized in treating adolescent Substance Use Disorders.

National Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist (NCPRSS)

A voluntary national and international credential that provides recognition for Peer Recovery professionals in their chosen field of experience.

NCC AP Endorsements

National Clinical Supervision Endorsement (NCSE)

This endorsement recognizes a national and international standard of competencies and effective clinical supervision in the addiction treatment process.