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CCAPP: Everything You Need to Know About CCAPP

Did you know the need for substance abuse counselors is growing faster than most other occupations in the U.S.? The Department of Labor projects a 23 percent growth rate between 2016 and 2026. The reason for this growth is two-fold. First, more people are seeking addiction counseling services. The National Survey on Drug Use and Health in the… Continue Reading CCAPP: Everything You Need to Know About CCAPP

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Drug Free Anaheim Announces Upcoming Event Raising Awareness of OC Opioid Crisis

Coming together as a community and providing education is the key to overcoming the growing opioid issue, publishes intercoast.edu FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Anaheim, California) — Orange County’s Opioid Crisis continues on a significant upward trend according to reports from the OC Health Care Agency. This write-up points to a 141 percent surge in opioid-related emergencies… Continue Reading Drug Free Anaheim Announces Upcoming Event Raising Awareness of OC Opioid Crisis

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Press Release: InterCoast Colleges Offers New Revised Alcohol & Drug Counseling Studies Online

The curriculum for the Alcohol and Drug Counseling Studies Program has been revised to include Co-Occurring Disorders. (The program at InterCoast.edu continues to provide online curriculum meets CCAPP) (Anaheim, CA) In 2013 there were more than 21.6 million people in the U.S. suffering from substance abuse or dependence. This number has increased significantly over the… Continue Reading Press Release: InterCoast Colleges Offers New Revised Alcohol & Drug Counseling Studies Online

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Guide to Drug and Alcohol Counseling Studies Programs

Guide to Drug and Alcohol Counseling Studies Programs Over 60,000 Americans died from a drug overdose in 2016. That same year 88,000 people died from alcohol-related causes. Unfortunately, those numbers don’t seem to be falling. It’s also incredibly likely you know someone who has been affected by drugs and/or alcohol. You want to help, which… Continue Reading Guide to Drug and Alcohol Counseling Studies Programs