Finish your education, or start a new career...
We know pursuing a degree or licensure can be a challenge,
and are here to support you to ensure your success.
We have resources to help you:
- Earn your high school/adult diploma or GED
- Start or finish your college degree.
- Become an addictions professional
Contact us for information on:
- Certificate and Degree Planning
- Grant and scholarship applications
- Financial Aid visit financial aid resources page
You Can Become An Addictions Professional
Would you like to pursue a career in the field of Addictions? Our volunteer program helps offset the costs.
For every 2 hours of volunteering, Reality Check will pay up to $50 towards the cost of a training.
Whether you want to work in Prevention, Treatment, or Recovery, you will need to be certified.
- Certified Recover Support Worker (CRSW)
- Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC)
- Master Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (MLADC)
- Licensed Clinical Supervisor (LCS)
- Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS)
Contact Glenda Hanscom for a licensing packet:
NH Board of Licensing -
Alcohol & Other Drug Use Professionals
121 Fruit Street, Concord, NH 03301
Email: email@example.com Phone: 271-6761
NH Department of Health and Human Services Training and Licensing Information
Certified Recovery Support Worker (CRSW)
The NH Board of Licensing for Alcohol and Other Drug Use Professionals are finalizing rules and anticipates rules will closely align to the IC&RC Peer Recovery certification requirements and adopted as final rules the fall of 2016.
Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS)
New Hampshire is working to increase its Certified Prevention Specialist workforce. Certification is good for two years, and you can receive assistance paying for the training needed for certification and with the application process.
Download the Certified Prevention Specialist Certification Manual HERE
Download the Certified Prevention Specialist Matrix
For more information on certification call or visit:
- Prevention Certification Board of New Hampshire
PO Box 1088 Manchester, NH 03105
Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor (LADC)
We encourage you to consider pursuing LADC licensure to help NH meet the incredible demand for treatment services. To become a NH LADC or MLADC, you need to:
- verify employment and work experience
- document 300 hours of supervision
- fill out a counselor evaluation form
- get 70 contact hours of education and training
- get a background check
- get personal references
- take an exam
- complete a case study