Purpose: to provide comprehensive course work in addiction, recovery support services, co-occurring issues of mental illness and addiction plus the neurochemistry of addiction. Students completing this certification training will be prepared to provide Clinical Supervision plus direct clinical addiction services and oversee recovery management and support in a variety of addiction and behavioral health settings.
Requirement: MCAP applicants must complete and document a minimum of 161 hours of training, with a minimum number of training hours in each performance domain. The Florida Certification Board accepts all hours from NET Institute as a Single Source Educational Provider since 1997. The NET Institute has helped hundreds of students meet their educational requirements for credentialing in the growing field of Addiction. MCAP areas and hours: