New York has a critical shortage of well-trained addictions counselors. You'll enjoy many job opportunities when you graduate with addictions counseling credentials from MCC.
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Learn about MCC's Addictions Counseling A.S. program, leading to a bachelor's degree.
MCC's addictions counseling classes are taught by experts who have spent years as drug and alcohol counselors. In your classes, you’ll learn practical skills that include intake screening, crisis intervention, case management, working with health professionals and more. You’ll participate in 300 hours of practical, supervised field experience, so you can apply what you’re learning.
Earn eligibility for the CASAC credential with an addictions counseling associate degree or with an addictions counseling certificate.