Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Health Disorder Professional (CODP I)
Why study in the co-occurring substance use and mental health disorder professionals program at Aurora University?
Traditionally, it has been difficult for clinicians to find all of the qualifying training to meet the requirements for pursuing Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Health Disorder Professionals (CODP I) Board Registration. Aurora University offers a four-credit course designed to meet the educational requirements for the CODP I Board Registration. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the demand for substance use and mental health professionals will continue to rise and noted that this field is predicted to grow at a much higher rate than other professions (www.bls.gov).
- Program length: One course (4 semester hours); paid experience as a CADC required as well
- Average class size: 20 students
- Tuition: View current rates
- Location options: Main campus and Woodstock Center
- This Illinois Certification Board (ICB)-approved course ensures that all educational requirements are met through one convenient course. You still must obtain and document the required clinical hours and CODP supervision.
- For CADC professionals, completion of this course will provide 60 CEUs towards certification.
- For LSW/ LCSW students, completion of this course will provide 60 CEUs towards license renewal.
Where our graduates work
- Symetria Recovery
- Lighthouse Recovery