The Center for Addictions
The Center for Addictions is involved with the community of addictions treatment professionals by conducting professional development seminars for licensed counselors and social workers to continue their professional development. The Center for Addictions also collaborates with community agencies to provide internship opportunities for students interested in the helping professions.
For more information on The Center for Addictions at Ashland University, please contact the director, Christy Ellis-Trolian, MA, JD, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS.
The Department of Addictions Counseling, Prevention, and Human Services
The Department of Addictions Counseling, Prevention, and Human Services offers a minor in addictions for student pursuing bachelor’s degrees in psychology, criminal justice, social work, and nursing, among others. These programs will prepare students for a career in addictions counseling.
The minor in addictions along with a bachelor’s degree in a behavioral science (psychology, social work, criminal justice, or nursing at Ashland University) meets the educational requirement for the LCDC III: Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor III through the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board.
For more information about the Department of Addictions Counseling, Prevention, and Human Services, please contact Amy Grose, Administrative Assistant to the department.