Professional Recovery Coach Program

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Discover How Caring Professionals can rise to New Levels of Success in Challenging Times…

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Peer Specialist Training

Online Peer Specialist Training

Complete program only $575

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Clinical Supervision Competencies

Clinical Supervision Competencies 
16 Hour Course

Fulfills Florida Certification Board (FCB) requirements for ALL Addiction Professional credentials.

Florida Recovery Support Specialist

Florida Certification Board APPROVED

Fulfills all Educational requirements to become a CRSS


MCAP - Licensed Professional


A MCAP-LP designation is a professional Addiction credential for persons who hold a minimum of a Master’s degree in a related field. This 161 hour fully integrated online program is designed for MCAP candidates who are currently Florida Licensed Professionals.


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Certified Master’s Addiction Professional


A Certified Master’s Level Addiction Professional  is a professional Addiction credential for persons who hold a minimum of a Master’s degree in a related field. This fully online program provides you with 350 hours of CAP educational domains plus 16 hours in Clinical Supervision Competencies.  


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Become a Certified Quality Manager


Become a Certified Quality Manager in Recovery & Behavioral Health Services
• Gain professional advantage
• Executive Leadership
• Staff & Team Development options
Special Pricing by NET Institute - 100 hrs Online from QMI: A Virtual University for Training in Management and Leadership.

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QMI-NTI provides competency-based education and training for addiction, recovery and behavioral health professionals.  

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