The International Association of Addictions and Offender Counselors is an organization of professional counselors and other interested individuals who work in the addictions or forensic / criminal justice fields and advocate for the appropriate treatment for such client populations.
Please read a message from
IAAOC President, Leigh Falls Holman
regarding the location of the 2017 ACA Conference
in light of the recent passed Tennessee legislation.
Click here to read the message
and to see how you can
share your voice on this issue
May 16-20, 2016
IAAOC has partnered with the McLeod Institute is sponsoring an IAAOC Day of Learning on May 16.
We are soliciting presentation proposals for the Day of Learning.
Proposals are due January 10.
Details are found on the McLeod Institute page
Officer Election Results
The American Counseling Association has announced the 2016 election results.
International Association of Addiction & Offender Counselors
division, the following individuals have been elected:
Secretary: Dr. Angie Wilson
President-Elect: Dr. Regina Moro
Thank you for all of those that ran for elected positions. We encourage everyone to continue to be active in our organization by reviewing the committee offerings and staying up-to-date with next year's election cycle."
This issue has information about
Have a look at the latest IAAOC Newsletter
on the Newsletter page
Thank you to the IAAOC members who responded to the survey regarding CACREP vs. non-CACREP.
Members who wish to discuss this matter further are encouraged to do so on IAAOC Connect, which is found on the ACA Connect site.
Stay in touch with IAAOC Connect!
IAAOC has a section on ACA Connect, which is an interactive community provided on the ACA Website.
As a membership benefit, all IAAOC members are automatically subscribed.
Check it out, start a discussion, subscribe to email notifications, expand your professional network.
For more information about using IAAOC Connect,
see the ACA Connect FAQ page.
IAAOC is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program.