New Mexico Credentialing Board for Behavioral Health Professionals, Inc.
CHAIR - Ginny Adame, SCPS
VICE-CHAIR - David Lente, CADC
TREASURER - Lojann Hooee, CADC
SECRETARY - Janna Vallo, CPS
SECRETARY - Rebecca Leppala, CPS
CADC Representatives: Jennifer Charley
CFS Representative: Monica Miura
CWF Representatives: Arturo Calderon and Rosella McCaffrey
Executive Director: Frank Magourilos, SCPS
Administrator: Jennifer Sandoval, CADC
The New Mexico Credentialing Board for Behavioral Health Professionals (NMCBBHP) is a member of the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium/Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (IC&RC/AODA) for the purpose of credentialing qualified alcohol and drug counselors, criminal justice professionals, and prevention specialists.
The IC&RC standards for certification are commonly recognized by 73 agencies representing more than 40,000 certified professionals internationally, including Indian Health Services, U.S. Military, and U.S. Federal Court Administrators.
IC&RC and NMCBBHP are committed to public protection through the establishment of quality, competency-based certification programs for professionals engaged in the prevention and treatment of addictions and related problems.
The New Mexico Credentialing Board for Behavioral Health Professionals (NMCBBHP offers the IC&RC International Written Professional Examination four (4) times per year. This Exam is required for CADC, CS, CPS and CJP Certification.
Are You Interested in...
We are looking for board members to join NMCBBHP as a member who want to serve with our board. We are looking for individuals who are willing to actively participate to serve on committees work, participate in board meetings and moving our organization forward. We are looking for people who have had a lot of experience in the field. Do you think you have something to offer? Do you want to get involved?
When you become a board member you will be able to earn up to 20 CE hours every two years and receive a 25% discount of your renewal fee. If you are interested, please email us at email@example.com with your experience and expertise that you will come with to serve on the board. You can also send us your name and email for more information below.
What do members do?
The authority of the NMCBBHP is derived from those persons who are dedicated to service as Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors, Clinical Supervisors, and Prevention Specialists and who are most affected by certification and embodied in the individual providers Recognition of certification is voluntary. The credibility of this certification results from the standards which are maintained, the performance level established by the NMCBBHP and, most important the professional competence and integrity of Certified Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselor, Certified Prevention Specialist, and Certified Clinical Supervisor.
CERTIFICATION BOARD RESPONSIBILITIES
Please Join us for our next General Board Meeting
Friday. October 19, 2018
You can earn up to 3 CE hours for attending.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.