The Drug and Alcohol Recovery Counselor (DARC) program provides education and training to those seeking employment, job advancement and increased marketability in the substance abuse profession. Students learn the techniques of professional counseling and gain an understanding of the disease process of addiction, the environmental and familial risk factors contributing to alcohol and other addictions, public health issues, the continuum of care and the counselor code of ethics. Students also have the opportunity to apply their classroom learning in a clinical setting by participating in two semesters of a clinical internship.
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Last Updated: 06/26/2016