Alcohol and Drug Studies Department
As a student in the Alcohol and Drug Studies program you will prepare to work with the alcohol and other drug dependent population, and the family and employer of the chemically dependent person. The program addresses community needs for trained alcohol and other drug specialists to work and volunteer in both public and private agencies in the Bay Area and across the State of California.
Other opportunities include working with adolescents, seniors, multicultural populations, and those who have been affected by HIV/AIDS. Students who are awarded a certificate may be employed by:
Certificate of Achievement-Level 2A.A. in Alcohol and Drug StudiesA.S. in Alcohol and Drug Studies
ALCOHOL AND DRUG STUDIES COURSES
ADS 070-Introduction to Chemical DependencyADS 071-Pharmacology/Physiology of AddictionADS 072-Codependency & Family DynamicsADS 073-Case ManagementADS 074-Ethics and Personal and Professional GrowthADS 075-Individual, Family, Group CounselingADS 076-Law and Prevention: Community ResponseADS 077A-Supervised Practicum AADS 077B-Supervised Practicum BADS 172- LAADC Codependency and Family DynamicsADS 173- LAADC Case ManagementADS 174-LAADC Ethics and Personal and Professional GrowthADS 176-LAADC Law and Prevention: Community ResponseADS 177A-LAADC Supervised Practicum AADS 177B-LAADC Supervised Practicum B
Alcohol and Drug Studies Program Student Learning Outcomes
Faculty, Alcohol & Drug Studies
Certification and Licensing is obtained through the California Corsortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals. Visit their website for more information: CCAPP
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