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The Addiction Studies program is a multidisciplinary program that provides university-level education valuable for students in all disciplines, particularly those students interested in alcohol/drug prevention and treatment and careers in health, business and industry, criminal justice, and human services.
501 N. Riverpoint Blvd, Suite 425
Spokane, WA 99202
The addiction studies certificate program provides competency based education to degreed professionals and others preparing to work in the field of addiction treatment or other community based practice settings.
This certificate program enhances competence in identifying and addressing basic issues that arise when working with various addictions by providing courses aligned with state and national standards in addiction treatment. In addition, this certificate offers courses required by the Prevention Specialist Board of Washington for Associate Prevention Professional candidates. Completion of the 'Addiction Studies Foundation Certificate' is a compliment to any major. Students will receive an Addiction Studies Program Certificate upon completion of the requirements.
Interdisciplinary Studies Addiction Studies BA Degree provides students with the coursework necessary to become certified as a Chemical Dependency Professional in the State of Washington. The addiction field offers an excellent chance for graduates to make a significant impact on people's lives to move toward healthy life styles.
Addiction Studies (ADST) is a NAADAC approved education provider with the primary focus of preparing students for WA State Certifcation as chemical dependency professionals.
The Certificate Program in Suicide Risk Assessment, Treatment and Prevention has been adapted to meet the needs of persons who intend to work in the fields of behavioral health, human services and health care providers. It will provide students with skills and ability to work confidently and ethically with suicidal persons.