Thanks for considering the Training for Addiction Professionals (TAP) program as a source of your education in becoming a licensed alcohol/drug counselor. Below you will find the documents regarding the TAP Program and the process of becoming provisionally licensed.

We understand that beginning a new process can be confusing. Once you have reviewed the documents, if you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact the TAP staff. The TAP staff is always happy to assist you by answering any question you may have.   

               What is the TAP Program?


Licensed Alcohol/Drug Counselor (LADC)

                TAP Program Brochure
                Title 172, Chapter 15
                DHHS website
                Alcohol and Drug Counseling Program
                Program Application

NEW to the TAP Curriculum

Practicum Training - This class will provide training, guidance and help with placement for those individuals seeking to complete the 300 practicum hours needed to become a Provisional Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (PLADC). Complete the application and registration form below to be considered for this training. Please make sure you meet the prerequisites listed on the registration form before sending it in.

TAP Practicum Application - NOT available at this time.

TAP Practicum Registration Form - NOT available at this time.