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Aug 30, 2018
by: Carrie Larsen
Recovery Resources to partner with Kent State University
 
This 2018 fall semester, Recovery Resources joins Kent State University to provide hands-on experience in their Addictions Counseling Certificate Program.
 
Here's what this partnership will include:
  • Students will have access to a wide range of experiences throughout their internship and practicum, including individual and group counseling services.
  • They will receive essential job skills to prepare them for their career as substance use counselors. 
  • Partnering in this intensive program allows students to receive their certificate in one year, enhancing workforce development in the field.
According to Kent State, The Addictions Counseling Certificate Program (ACCP) provides students at the undergraduate and graduate levels and working professionals in behavioral sciences with the educational content necessary to apply for chemical dependency counselor licensure in Ohio issued by the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board. Students can complete the certificate in 12 months and all of the classes are offered in-person at the Kent campus.
 
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