Earn up to 31 Continuing
2016 New England School of Addiction and
Those attending the complete program, including
the Monday morning optional plenary session, will earn 31 contact
hours. Attendance is possible for the entire full four days or any combination
of days, so earned continuing education credit hours will vary depending upon
Certification of attendance and continuing
education credit are included in the registration fee.
Please check with your local state licensure or certification board about specific certification or licensure questions, or to ensure that your selected classes meet the requirements that you are working toward. Click here for New England state certification and licensure board contacts.
Application is being made for professional certification by entities authorized to do so for addiction counselors, social
workers, mental health counselors and prevention
The New England Institute of Addiction Studies, Inc. is an Approved NAADAC Education Provider. The New England Institute is a recognized Sponsor of Continuing Education Activities by the Maine State Board of Alcohol and Drug Counselors. The New England Institute of Addiction Studies is a pre-approved provider of the New Hampshire Board of Licensing for Alcohol & Other Drug Use Professionals. As such, this program is approved for up to 31.0 Continuing Education contact hours for re-licensure, in accordance with 258 CMR.
Social Workers: This program has been approved for 31 Social Work Continuing Education hours for relicensure, in accordance with 258 CMR. Collaborative of NASW and the Boston College and Simmons Schools of Social Work Authorization Number D72003-2
LMHCs: Application for MaMHCA/MMCEP continuing education credits will be submitted. Please contact us at 207-621-2549, email@example.com, or check on this webpage for the status of LMHC CE certification.
Please contact NEIAS at firstname.lastname@example.org if you
have specific questions or requests to ensure that the requirements for the license
or certification you hold can be met by NEIAS. Please check with your local state licensure or certification board about specific certification or licensure questions, or to ensure that your selected classes meet the requirements that you are working toward. Click here for New England state certification and licensure board contacts.
Many colleges and universities have approved the NESAS program for
undergraduate credit as an independent study for students enrolled in their
institutions. Check with your faculty advisor.