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The Tools You Need As An Addiction Professional

The Texas Association of Addiction Professionals (TAAP) is the state affiliate of NAADAC,
the National Association for Addiction Professionals.


Which type of membership is right for you?

Professional - Individuals who are credentialed/licensed/ certified/registered addiction professionals.

Associate - Individuals who are working toward licensure or certification in the addiction profession and non-clinical addiction professionals, such as probation officers, public health workers, administrators, marketing representatives, and other people interested in the addiction field. Please note that it is not appropriate to join NAADAC as an associate member to solicit other NAADAC members for any services.

Peer Recovery Support Specialist - Individuals who are credentialed/licensed/certified/registered peer recovery support specialists or recovery coaches.

Student - Individuals currently enrolled in a college/ university or state government approved training facility with a minimum of three credit hours in addiction studies or students involved in a full or part-time internship. Student members must not be currently licensed or certified as an addiction professional, or practicing as an addiction professional.

Retired - Individuals who are no longer practicing addiction or counseling/helping professionals.

 

As a member of TAAP/NAADAC, you will receive numerous benefits designed to help you grow and prosper as an addiction professional, including:

Education

Advocacy

  • An influential and effective voice for addiction professionals before Congress and the federal administration, the key governmental bodies that determine how addiction treatment is funded and administered in America. Learn how you can contact members of Congress directly from the Take Action page.
  • Advocacy at the national level that affects your funding and policy at the state level. 

Professional Identity

  •  Networking opportunities through national and state conferences and workshops. View the NAADAC Master Calendar.
  •  A professional identity and association that helps preserve and honor the unique talents of addiction professionals. Access Scope of Practice.
  •  A nationally recognized and newly updated Code of Ethics to promote professional ethics.
  • Find a local chapter in your area. TAAP meetings allow professionals to network and discuss issues related to addiction, as well as earn CEUs at many of the meetings.
     
     Find a Local Chapter

Professional Services

 

Join Today online or by calling 1.800.548.0497

Please note: that it is not appropriate to join NAADAC as an associate member to solicit other NAADAC members for any services.

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