The Arizona Board for Certification of Addiction Counselors is one of the many governing bodies that offer reciprocity for the ADC (Alcohol and Drug Counselor) certification as outlined by the IC&RC. The CAP or Certified Addiction Professional course taught by The Academy for Addiction Professionals provides the training necessary for those seeking their equivalent certification through the Florida Certification Board. Students can then take advantage of the reciprocity agreement with the Arizona Board.
The exact standards for certification and reciprocity are governed by the IC&RC and the Arizona Board for Certification of Addiction Counselors. It is therefore very important that students understand the criteria they have to meet to take advantage of the agreement between boards. The Academy for Addiction Professionals also offers comprehensive online and distance learning classes, which may be accepted by the reciprocating board toward a student’s coursework or continuing education.
Those looking to take courses from our Academy should contact the Arizona Board for Certification of Addiction Counselors (ABCAC) to learn more. Contact information for both ABCAC and the IC&RC can be found below.
Eligibility requirements, reciprocity rules and other considerations should be confirmed with the Arizona Board for Certification of Addiction Counselors before taking classes with us. Rules and regulations vary between certifications and states.
Please contact the IC&RC as well as the Arizona Board for Certification of Addiction Counselors (ABCAC) to learn more about the reciprocal regulations between Arizona and Florida as well as the requirements for certification. You may also contact us to learn more about our program and take the first steps toward self-improvement through education. We look forward to seeing you in class and wish you a smooth transition to the reciprocal board of your choice.