National Association of Drug & Alcohol Interventionists - N.A.D.A.I.

Phone: 215-220-6764 -- Fax: 651-560-3997 -- Address: PO Box 265, Chanhassen, MN 55317


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Certification Renewal Proccess

  • Please fill out an application and send it back to our e-mail address or P.O. Box. You do not have to include the original documentation required from your first application submission. A new application is only required to make sure all records for you are up to date with address, employment, etc. The application can be found by clicking Certifications & Application on this site menu.

  • Please also provide evidence of 40 hours of continued education (CEUs) through either a training class or working in the field. A letter from a manager or supervisor can be submitted as proof for field hours in lieu of CEUs, if training has not taken place.

  • Lastly, you will need to pay the recertification fee. The cost is $220.00 for one certification and $170.00 for each additional being renewed at the same time. This can be paid through PayPal invoice (which will sent to you by e-mail), or by mailing a personal check or money order to our P.O. Box.

  • Certification Renewal Policy

    Effective January 3, 2012; All re-applicants must recertify a mininum of thirty-five (35) days before expiration date of certification. Those using expired certification in their line of work, will be fined $75.00 and $25.00 per month over the 35 day grace period that they have not renewed, and must begin the certification process again, paying current fees for new certification. There are no exceptions unless you have applied for and have been granted a waiver due to documented health reasons.

    N.A.D.A.I. had adopted (ratified by N.A.D.A.I. Board of Directors), a new zero-tolerance policy that will be strictly enforced for certified professionals who allow their certification(s) to lapse, yet continue to use them in the field. This tears into the fabric of honesty and integrity that N.A.D.A.I. certificate and degree holders are known for, and makes a mockery of the intervention, addiction, and recovery field in general.