Are you interested in board certification through the CCB? By clicking the link below, you access more information about the Overview of the CCB Certification Process training for those professionals brand new to the CCB and Certification Coaching sessions for those with specific questions about meeting the identified competencies.
In addition to certification, we provide a number of workforce development services for individuals and organizations. Whether it is SUD/COD specific training, QPR for suicide prevention or organizational development and effectiveness consulting, the CCB is ready, able and uniquely qualified to help. There is one main theme underlying all that we do – protection of those persons served by professionals in the field.
Established in 1980, the CCB is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is “cultivating and maintaining the highest standards of professional practice in the recovery field.” Our staff is experienced, knowledgeable, and committed to the responsibilities of our charge. We are led by a diverse board of leaders from the field that represent some of the foremost organizations in our state.
CCB Announces 2023 Spring Conference and Awards Presentation
Meriden, CT. Following up on the success of the event held last June and based upon the tremendous feedback on the conference location, the Connecticut Certification Board will host our Annual Spring Conference and Awards Presentation on June 1, 2023 at Saint Clements Castle in Portland.
The Executive Committee of the Board is working on a theme and potential call for presentations, and in January we will open up the nominations for the David Powell Lifetime of Service and Joseph Sullivan Young Professional Award, to join last year’s winners Dr. Albert Young and Paul Concordia, respectively.
As more information is available, it will be posted directly to the dedicated website for the conference and awards, www.ccbevents.org.
We look forward to seeing you at the Castle!
Certification and Licensure: Clarifying the Confusion
It is not uncommon for professionals to confuse the processes of specialty board certification and state licensure when it comes to SUD professional credentialing. The reason is simple, it can be confusing. As we receive a lot of requests for information on both, it is important to clarify the differences.
In 2020, the CCB created a podcast entitled Scope of Practice to give voice to issues that are relevant to the behavioral health workforce, most notable the SUD/COD industry. Our hope is to expose professionals to different ideas and elicit conversation.
Earning continuing education credits for initial certification or renewal doesn’t need to be routine or boring. The CCB offers several different options and unique subject matter for professionals, including our partnership with TPN.Health of New Orleans, Louisiana.
We recognize that all individuals have their own distinct style of learning, especially when it comes to getting ready to take a credentialing examination to advance their career. Take advantage of our available alternatives to formulate your own study plan.