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The NADD Accreditation Program

Developed in association with The National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services (NASDDDS) 

The NADD Accreditation Program was developed to improve the quality and effectiveness of services provided to individuals with a dual diagnosis through the development of competency-based professional standards and through promoting ongoing professional and program development.  NADD offers accreditation for programs serving individuals with a dual diagnosis, rather than the agency or organization that offers these programs. An organization with several different programs that serve individuals with a dual diagnosis may seek accreditation for each of these programs.  A NADD Accreditation demonstrates that the program has met the standards established by NADD.

An overview of the NADD Accreditation Program is available in the Executive Summary.  For greater detail, click on the NADD Accreditation Program Manual.

Executive Summary
Competency Areas
Application/Survey Procedures
Cost
Testimonials

NADD Membership Requirement:  

Organizations seeking accreditation and individuals seeking Clinical or DSP certification must have NADD membership before they can apply for accreditation or certification.  Individuals who work for an organization that has a NADD organizational membership are considered members for this requirement.  Be sure to have your individual or organizational NADD membership number when you are completing your application.  If you do not know your membership number, you may call the NADD office (800-331-5362) for assistance.  To join NADD now, click here.

Downloads:

Executive Summary
NADD Accreditation Program Manual
Application
Survey Tool

Questions and Additional Information

If you have questions or need additional information, you can contact Ed Seliger, Project Coordinator, eseliger@thenadd.org (phone: 800-331-5362 or 845-331-4336).


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