RECERTIFICATION


Professionals have two options to complete the recertification process:

  1. Complete the entire Recertification Application online. PLEASE NOTE: You must register on the website and your account must be approved prior to completing the online recertification process.
  2. Download and complete the Recertification Application - PDF.  Education Approval: If you have education that needs to be PCB approved, download and complete the Education Approval Application - PDF.  You can print and mail or fax these documents or save and email them to PCB.
PCB
2017 Conference

REGISTRATION OPEN!

PCB's 18th ANNUAL CONFERENCE
May 1-2, 2017

 

NEW LOCATION: Eden Resort & Suites, Lancaster, PA

 

Award Nominations - Now Open!

Online Conference Registration

Exhibitor Prospectus: Exhibit & Sponsorship Forms

 

 

 

PCB
Who We Are

PCB is a private, non-profit corporation which offers voluntary credentialing to the substance use and other behavioral health professional. PCB implements standards and testing for certification of addiction counselors, prevention specialists, clinical supervisors, case managers, criminal justice addictions professionals, co-occurring disorders professionals, auxiliary professionals, recovery specialists and intervention professionals. Read More

 

Career Ladder: PCB developed an outline for the general requirements for certification, as well as the requirements to obtain other credentials. For more detailed requirements please click here.

PCB Trainings

PCB is a Proud Member of IC&RC

Logo, IC&RCPCB is a proud member of IC&RC, the global leader in the credentialing of prevention, addiction treatment, and recovery professionals. Organized in 1981, it provides standards and examinations to certification and licensing boards in 24 countries, 47 states and territories, five Native American regions, and all branches of the U.S. military.
Information on Reciprocity

The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania was recently awarded a HRSA Grant enabling them to launch a Certificate Program in Supporting Youth Recovery. For more information on this program please visit the Council's website.  

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