Brown University Center for Alcohol & Addiction Studies: Distance Learning Program

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Welcome to the New England
Addiction Technology Transfer Center
Distance Learning Program
@ Brown University's CAAS

The Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies Distance Learning Program is a collaborative effort between the New England Addiction Technology Transfer Center, the Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies and the Program in Public Health located within the Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University in Providence, RI. 

The purpose of the Distance Learning Program is to provide a range of health care professionals including addiction treatment providers, counselors, social workers, nurses, psychologists, and physicians with access to continuing education courses covering a range of topics relating to advances in addiction treatment and prevention. Please view the calendar below for a list of upcoming courses and information.

The program provides flexible pricing for each 6-10 credit course based on the level of continuing education credential selected as follows:

Credentialing Level Cost
Addiction Treatment Specialists (NAADAC)$60
CT Certification Board (CCB) - an IC&RC affiliate
No Certificate
**Counselors (NBCC)
**Social Workers (NASW) $80

**Select courses only

See Accreditation page for more details.

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Learn more about The New England Addiction Technology Transfer Center Distance Learning Program here:

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Course Calendar

The New England ATTC DLP @ Brown University reserves the right to postpone or cancel any course without advance notice. Course schedules are subject to change as a result of course registrations, instructor availability, or website maintenance.