Come join us to learn more about the program, a career as an Alcohol and Other Drug Counselor, as well as to how obtaining a certificate as an Alcohol and Drug Counselor can help you fulfill your desire to be of service to your community. This meeting is of value to all people interested in becoming an Alcohol and Drug Counselor, to those already within the mental health professions, the teaching community, as well as to many medical professionals. The length of the meetings normally run approximately one and a half to two hours.
The Alcohol and Drug Counseling professional certificate program is designed to provide a quality education to individuals wishing to become certified by the State of California as an Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Counselor. This program is approved by the California Foundation for the Advancement of Addiction Professionals (CFAAP), the California Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (CAADAC) and its certification board, the California Certification Board for Alcohol and Drug Counselors (CCBADC). Those who successfully complete the certificate program will fulfill the requirements to submit a portfolio to take the IC&RC Examination facilitated by the CCBADC.
Please see the map to the right. Turning onto LMU Drive off of Lincoln Blvd (Hwy 1), University Hall will be the first building immediately on your right. Park under the building on levels P2 or P3. The elevator will take you to the ground floor ('G'). When you exit the elevator, immediately turn right (do not go straight ahead) into a silver door marked “1762-1859.” Turn right and right again to walk down the corridor. Room 1878 is near the end of the long corridor.
There is a fee for weekday parking on campus. Parking meters are located on the east side of the elevators. The meter will request your car's license plate number. If there are no parking places, please use the valet service for no additional charge. Valet service is available from 9 am to 6 pm. Click here for more information.