New Hope School of Counseling

Chicago, IL

Training with purpose, serving the community, offering hope.

Give us a Call - (773)564-9070

CADC Certification

Counseling and Addiction Studies

CODP Certification

Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Health Disorder Professional

Community Programs

Domestic Violence Program

Classes offered include:

For enrollment and more information, please contact us at (773)564-9070

3710 N. Kedzie Ave, Chicago IL. 60618

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Become a Certified

Substance Use

Counselor

As an affiliate organization of Rincon Family Services, New Hope School o 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

CADC Certification Description: Counseling & Addiction Studies is a program that prepares individuals to become addictions counselors, who will be able to provide alcohol and drug evaluations, referrals, and short-term counseling services to help people identify a relationship they have with a substance and how its use/abuse has started causing problems or impairment in important areas of their lives and prevent or overcome personal problems, conflicts, and emotional crises directly or indirectly due a substance use/abuse or behaviors associated with the use of a substance.

 

What can I expect? Our CADC program prepares students to provide evaluations, referrals, and short-term counseling services to help people prevent or overcome personal problems, conflicts, and emotional crises. Includes instruction in human development, psychopathology, individual and group counseling, personality theory, patient screening and referral, interviewing skills, professional standards and ethics, and applicable laws and regulations.

Duration: 346 Clock Hours + 

300 hours of internship that will include 150 hours of clinical supervision.

CODP Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Health Disorder Professional (Former MISA Program)

Our curriculum include; Instruction in human development, Substance use as a disorder, Sexuality, Family Systems, Psychopathology, Individual and Group counseling, Personality Theories, Patient Screening, Assessment and Referral, Interviewing skills, Professional ethics standards, and applicable laws and regulations governing a certified addictions counselor.

What can I expect? This course addresses Dual Disorders and provides a comprehensive presentation of the understanding, diagnosis, treatment and maintenance of chemical dependency and mental disorders applicable laws and regulations.

Duration: 270 Clock Hours +

300 hours of internship that will include 150 hours of clinical supervision.

Convenient Payment Plans Available
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