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Qualified Substance Use Disorders Professionals

Qualified Substance Use Disorders Professionals (QSUDP)

Those wanting to work within the publicly funded SUD network are required to follow IDAPA 16.07.17 guidance before beginning employment.  Qualifying QSUDP credentials include:

  • Certified Alcohol/Drug Counselor
  • Advanced Certified Alcohol/Drug Counselor
  • Master Addictions Counselor 
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker  
  • Licensed Masters Social Worker
  • Marriage and Family Therapist 
  • Nurse Practitioner 
  • Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Physician Assistant
  • Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
  • Psychologist
  • Physician

For a full list of allowable credentials and information regarding QSUDP Trainees, please see IDAPA 16.07.17.

Note: Clinical Supervision requirements are not listed in IDAPA.  To ensure you are meeting the criteria, please contact your network provider:

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