Deciding to enroll in a campus substance abuse counseling graduate program can be rewarding and challenging. Students who enroll in substance abuse counseling graduate programs can expect to be trained as addictions counselors, including training in alcohol abuse counseling, and work in community mental health centers, hospitals, employee assistance programs, the juvenile justice system, drug courts and more.
Find a Graduate School that offers Substance Abuse Counseling graduate degree programs near you by filtering by location, including city, state or country. Attending a campus program will give you the opportunity to network with other students who are pursuing a Substance Abuse Counseling graduate degree. It will also offer you the benefits of the college experience, extracurricular activities and face-to-face interaction with professors and students.
Consider an MSPY in Addictions, a Master degree in Drug Use and Addiction, or a Graduate Certificate in Substance Awareness Coordinator, or the Ph.D. Doctorate Programs in Substance Abuse Counseling.