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Addiction Treatment Training Certificate Program

Program Description

SUNY Canton’s Applied Psychology Curriculum offers the Addiction Treatment Training Certificate Program. This program allows matriculated and non-matriculated students to obtain coursework that meets the 350 contact hours needed to apply for the Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor-Training (CASAC-T) credential through the New York State Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS). This program also offers partial credit/contact hours courses needed to meet deficiencies in section hours to individuals who have previously applied to OASAS for the credential (see “Partial Credit Offering” below).

Format

Coursework is currently offered both face to face and online. Courses offered only face to face can be offered online through a directed study format if approved.

Addiction Treatment Training Certificate Requirements

Education Provider Number: 1144

Course Name

Section(s) Course Meets

Semester(s)Offered

Delivery

SSCI 181 Alcohol, Drugs and Society*

1

Fall & Spring

F2F, Online

HUSV 201 Introduction to Human Services*

2

Fall & Spring

F2F, Online

PSYC 225 Human Development*

2

Fall & Spring

F2F

HUSV 281 Foundations of Chemical Dependency and Treatment**

1,3

Fall

Online

HUSV 350 Care Coordination, Documentation, and Referral Skills+

3

Fall

Online

PSYC 310 Counseling Theories*

2

Fall

F2F

HUSV 305 Professional Ethics and Ethical Responsibilities*

4

Fall

Online

PSYC 375 Assessment, Diagnosing, and Treatment Planning+

3

Spring

Online

PSYC 410 Counseling Skills*

2

Spring

F2F

HUSV 415 Addiction Treatment Colloquium+

2, 3

Spring

Online

HUSV 325 Group Leadership Skills+

2

Spring

F2F

* Required in the Applied Psychology Curriculum
** Meets Lower Level Program Elective in the Applied Psychology Curriculum
+ Meets Upper Level Program Elective in the Applied Psychology Curriculum

Partial Program Offerings

Non-matriculated students will have the ability to register for partial credit in some courses in the future. This is determined by the number of contact hours they are lacking through an OASAS application review. Full courses will be divided into three one credit courses so that students may choose just the portion of the course that they lack for the CASAC Certification. Please contact Jennifer Waite to determine if the course you are lacking hours has been revised.

Transfer Credit

Students wishing to have credits obtained elsewhere must submit official transcripts of previous college attendance to show completion of coursework that may be appropriate for transfer.

Cost

Currently, the cost is approximately $280 per credit hour. Cost may vary due to college increases.  Please contact SUNY Canton Student Service Center at (315) 386-7616 for billing questions.

Financial Aid

There is no financial aid for non-matriculated students. Financial aid is offered to matriculated students currently enrolled at SUNY Canton in an approved major.

Classes/Registration

To see current course offerings please go to www.canton.edu and click under Students and select either Degree or Non-degree Students. Click on schedule term for classes offered in that time frame.

For individuals interested in obtaining a degree (matriculated) please apply through Admissions:www.canton.edu/apply/

Credits earned through the Addiction Treatment Training Certificate Program and courses taken at other institutions may also be evaluated for credit into the bachelor’s degree in Applied Psychology at SUNY Canton.

For individuals interested in registering for classes on a non-degree (non-matriculated) basis: www.canton.edu/courses/

For More Information Contact

Social Sciences Department Chair
Dr. Maureen Powers-Maiocco
maiocco@canton.edu