Breining is a NAADAC-approved Education Provider

Breining Institute is pleased to report it is one of the distinguished educational institutions that have earned formal Education Provider approval status from the nationally-recognized NAADAC – The Association for Addiction Professionals.

This is what NAADAC says about the approval: “The NAADAC Approved Education Provider logo signifies that an organization has voluntarily opened its educational programs to examination by the National Certification Commission for Addiction Professionals (NCC AP) for content applicability to state, national, and international certification standards. This rigorous review process ensures that learners receive a consistent, reliable, and quality learning experience that is applicable to their careers and advances their understanding of addiction and co-occurring disorders-related issues.”

“We are especially pleased with this education provider recognition,” said Michael J. Breining, President,” because it was earned from NAADAC, a widely-respected and nationally-recognized leader in the setting of high standards for the addiction counseling profession.”

NAADAC approval recognized by many State-licensing/certification agencies

NAADAC reports that “NAADAC-approved education is automatically accepted by many state licensure/certification boards for many professions.” (Check with your local license or certification agency for confirmation.)

The Breining Institute education provider number is 81727, which may be confirmed on the NAADAC website at this link: NAADAC Approved Education Providers Directory

Continuing education (CE) courses can be accessed through our Online Continuing Education page at this link: Online Continuing Education

Breining has been a higher education provider since 1986

We have worked diligently to provide quality higher education, training, testing and certification for addiction counselors throughout the United States, have awarded professional credentials to addiction professionals in 47 U.S. States and 14 countries, and we appreciate this important recognition by NAADAC.