Treatment Provider Training
All 2022 treatment provider trainings will be held virtually
NDCI, in partnership with the American Society of Addiction Medicine and with support from the Office of National Drug Control Policy, is bringing world-class training to substance use disorder treatment professionals working with clients involved in the justice system. NDCI is offering virtual one- and two-day training events tailored specifically to your region. All training events are free to participants and will be conducted virtually in 2022.
1-Day Training: This training includes both foundational information and advanced material for more experienced professionals working with treatment court or other justice system participants.
2-Day Training: This training contains more advanced content intended for professionals with three or more years of treatment experience, including working with treatment court or other justice system participants. Additional content delivered in this training includes trauma-competent treatment, strategies for supervising the delivery of treatment services, strategies for working with physicians and approaches for reaching young adults and difficult-to-treat individuals.
Who Should Attend?
Treatment provider training is for anyone currently delivering or supervising the delivery of addiction treatment, co-occurring disorder services or clinical case management to adult participants in treatment courts, on community supervision or otherwise involved in the justice system. Professionals who practice in communities where treatment courts exist are encouraged to attend, even if not currently treating treatment court participants.
Continuing Education Hours:
Individuals requiring training hours for clinical certification or recertification, as well students and interns interested in addiction studies, will especially benefit from this free training. The one-day training offers 6.5 continuing education hours, including 1.25 hours of ethics. The two-day training offers 13 continuing education hours, including 2 hours of ethics. All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance at the conclusion of the training. NDCI training is accredited by NAADAC.
2022 Training Dates
Using the green links in the locations below, enter the NADCP registration portal. Registration links will open no later than 30 days prior to the scheduled training date. Check back soon for more registration links. Note: Trainings will be conducted virtually and are offered in various time zones. Please choose the most accommodating time zone and training date.