Board of Directors
The Arkansas Substance Abuse Certification Board is a private, non-profit board comprised of 15 members that volunteer their time to improve and support the standards, policies and ethics of substance abuse counselors and supervisors across the state of Arkansas. They work tirelessly in their own professions and for Arkansas citizens to provide qualified professionals that will provide treatment using evidence-based practices and research. It is the goal of this Board to ensure that Arkansans receive quality care from competent counselors and professionals so that every person suffering from addiction can have a realistic outcome of recovery and rehabilitation.
Our board members abide by ethics set by the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC). IC&RC delivers standardized minimum competency requirements for international testing and certification to become a certified counselor for substance abuse and addiction. They are internationally recognized as governance for all substance abuse certification. To view the code of conduct in place for all ASACB board members, please click the link below.