As part of Rincon Family Services, New Hope School School of Counseling, was designed to equip students to live with purpose and to serve their communities by offering hope as they excel in the counseling fields of addictions, domestic violence and dual disorders.
The educational curriculum at New Hope School of Counseling satisfies the credentialing requirements of the Illinois Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Professional Certification Association, Inc. (IAODAPCA), and the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse.
The graduating student will have educational hours that will be accepted in all 50 states and several international organizations.
CODP Program (Former MISA)
Co-Ocurring Substance Use and Mental Health Disorder Professional
This is a program that prepares individuals to provide evaluations, referrals, and short-term counseling services to people in order to help prevent or re-mediate personal problems, conflicts, and emotional crises. These instructions include human development, psychopathology, individual and group counseling, personality theory, patient screening and referral, interviewing skills, professional standards and ethics, and applicable laws and regulations.As required by IAODAPCA, all CODP certification applicants must be CADC certified.
The course includes a conceptual overview of family violence that includes reference to the myths, causes and models of domestic violence and their repercussions upon each affected person.
NEW HOPE SCHOOL OF COUNSELING – Quick Application
Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Health Disorder Professional
* New Hope School of Counseling is approved to operate by the Private Business and Vocational Schools Division of the Illinois Board of Higher Education
For enrollment and more information, please contact us at (773)564-9070
3710 N. Kedzie Ave, Chicago IL. 60618
* New Hope School of Counseling is not accredited by a US Department of Education recognized accrediting body.
Students are encouraged to consult with their academic instructor and the director when confronting academic or financial issues that can interfere with their academic performance or the completion of their studies. The school has an open policy regarding to communication, addressing issues and attempting to support and retain students. Students may also direct their complaints to email@example.com if unaddressed.
If complaints cannot be resolved by direct negotiation with the school in accordance to its written grievance policy, may be filed with the Illinois Board of Higher Education, I N. Old State Capitol Plaza, Suite 333, Springfield, IL 62701-1377, Phone # 217 557-7339, Fax # 217 732-8548, Website: http://complaints.ibhe.org