Continuing Legal Education (CLE), Continuing Judicial Education (CJE), and Continuing Education Units (CEU) (for substance abuse counselors only) have been pre-approved from many states. In order to file reports of attendance with the approved States, sign-in sheets were available in all of the sessions.


Certificates of Attendance for Substance Abuse Professionals will be provided after the conference via e-mail, with hours based upon the sign-in sheets. If you have questions regarding what your state requires, please email Ann Wilson. Some states also require a summary of the session evaluations.


CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT
(for substance abuse providers only)

Substance Abuse Treatment provider attendees will receive a certificate of attendance (for ICRC States). Certificates of Attendance were included in the packet of materials received at registration (for NAADAC States). These certificates may be submitted to the board or entity through which you normally receive continuing education credit. The amount of credit you receive is at that board’s discretion and will be based upon your participation in certain conference offerings. Since not all states pre-approve hours in advance for attendance at this conference, we cannot assure you of a specific number of credit hours for your attendance at the conference.


  • YOU MUST HAVE SIGNED-IN AT EACH SESSION YOU ATTENDED IN ORDER TO RECEIVE CREDIT. Attendees from ICRC States will receive their certificates via e-mail after the conference.
  • NAADAC has certified NADCP as an Approved Education Provider. 
  • CEUs are NOT provided for Social Workers, Probation Officers, Psychologists or other professions that are not substance abuse treatment providers.

APPROVED CREDITS

(last update 8/27/12)

STATE

CLE

HOURS

CJE

HOURS

CEU

HOURS

ALABAMA25 gen.; 8 ethics

ALASKA15.5 gen.; 6.75 ethics
ARKANSAS13.25 gen.; 8 ethics
CALIFORNIA21.25 gen.
COLORADO30 gen.; 7 ethics30 gen.; 7 ethics
CONNECTICUT25
DELAWARE25.8 gen.; 15.8 ethics

FLORIDA

25 gen.; 8 ethics; 

6.5 mental illness;

19 criminal appellate;

19 criminal trial

19.5 21.25
GEORGIA21.25
IDAHO14.75 gen.; 5.25 ethics
ILLINOIS21.25 gen.; 8 ethics
INDIANA21.3 gen.; 8 ethics
21.25
IOWA18.25 gen.; 5.5 ethics
24 Cat. A
KENTUCKY19.75 gen.; 4 ethics
LOUISIANA20.25 gen.; 8 ethics
25
MAINE21.25 gen.; 8 ethics
MINNESOTA21.25
MISSISSIPPI18 gen.; 8 ethics
MISSOURI18.6 gen.; 7.8 ethics
25.75
MONTANA21.25; 8 ethics
NEBRASKA21 gen.; 8 ethics
NEVADA21 gen.; 6 ethics
NEW JERSEY24.9 gen.; 11.10 ethics
NEW MEXICO23 gen.; 5.2 ethics
NORTH CAROLINA21.25 gen.; 8 ethics
NORTH DAKOTA21.25 gen.; 8 ethics

25
OHIO

21.25 gen.; 8 ethics;

21.25 substance abuse

OKLAHOMA25.5 gen.; 6 ethics
OREGON

11.5 gen.;

8.75 access to justice

PENNSYLVANIA

21 gen.; 5 ethics;

21 substance abuse

RHODE ISLAND20 gen.; 9.5 ethics
TENNESSEE19 gen.; 7.93 ethics

TEXAS19.75 gen.; 7.75 ethics21.25
UTAH20 gen.; 5 ethics
VERMONT21.25 gen.; 8 ethics
VIRGINIA15.5 gen.; 1.5 ethics
WEST VIRGINIA

25.5 gen.;

25.5 ethics/substance abuse

23.25
WISCONSIN25.5 gen.; 8 ethics
WYOMING21.25 gen.; 8 ethics

CLE – Continuing Legal Education Credits
CJE – Continuing Judicial Education Credits
CEU – Continuing Education Units (Substance Abuse Professionals only)

*NADCP is a NAADAC-approved education provider.

*All ethics credits are included in total CLE credits
*These credits are for attending May 30 – June 2, 2012
*Must sign-in at each session attended to obtain credit