The Addictions & Community Services Worker diploma program is designed for students who are interested in working in the professional healthcare sector. Gain the skills and knowledge to make a difference in someone's life.
Enroll in the Addictions & Community Services Worker program at Reeves College and learn a range of skills to assist those living with drug, gambling, and alcohol issues; mental health problems; family violence; and more. You’ll gain an understanding of key topics related to the addictions field, including psychology, pharmacology, communications, ethics, and case management. In addition, you will develop a fundamental knowledge of addiction, intake procedures, treatment planning, relapse prevention and intervention. You will also learn about working with a range of clients, including families, high-risk populations, and youth.
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