Reciprocity out of ICAADA: Addiction Professionals certified by ICAADA who relocate to another state, country, or nation may transfer their credential to the new jurisdiction using the reciprocity process only if the new jurisdiction is an IC & RC member board. Reciprocity to a non IC & RC member board is not permitted. Additional requirements may be imposed upon the certified addiction professional depending on the laws and regulations governing the practice of addictions related services in the new jurisdiction. Therefore, certified addiction professionals are strongly encouraged to contact the IC & RC board in the new jurisdiction to determine if any additional requirements must be met. To begin the reciprocity process, certified addiction professionals must contact ICAADA and request a reciprocity application, Upon completion of the reciprocity application by both the certified addiction professional and ICAADA and upon receipt of this information in the new jurisdiction, that board will then issue the certified addiction professional the equivalent credential offered unless laws or regulations governing the practice of addiction related services in the new jurisdiction must first be met.
RECIPROCITY INTO INDIANA:
Reciprocity into ICAADA: Addiction Professionals certified by an IC & RC member board who relocate to Indiana may transfer their credential to ICAADA using the reciprocity process. No additional requirements will have to be met by the certified professional using this process to transfer their credential to Indiana, other than joining the Indiana board. To begin the reciprocity process, certified addictions professionals must contact their current credentialing board and request a reciprocity application. Upon completion of the reciprocity application by both the certified addiction professional and the current credentialing board and upon receipt of this information by ICAADA, and after the reciprocal applicant has joined ICAADA, ( A $100.00 membership fee), ICAADA will then issue the certified addiction professional the equivalent credential offered by ICAADA. The issued certificate will expire the same date as the reciprocal credential would have, and after expiration, will have to be renewed with ICAADA at current fees and practices. In Indiana, you are required to be able to document 40 continuing education hours every two years as well as complete a renewal application and pay recertification fees.