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Certification Commission for Drug and Alcohol Program Professionals

The Certification Commission for Drug and Alcohol Program Professionals (CCDAPP)* is a certifying body for drug and alcohol program professionals who have chosen to be recognized as specialists with demonstrated proficiency in their field. 

CCDAPP is a nonprofit, independent corporation dedicated to enhancing the quality and level of professional knowledge and skills of individuals providing drug and alcohol testing and related services to the public. 

CCDAPP established a national board certification program for CSAPAs and CDAPAs and administers national examinations for SAPAs, DAPAs and Substance Abuse Professionals (SAPs). 

TOP 10 reasons to certiFY:

  1. Certification demonstrates your commitment to the profession
  2. Certification reflects your achievement
  3. Certification offers a third-party endorsement of your experience and qualifications
  4. Certification enhances the profession's public image
  5. Certification expands your career opportunities
  6. Certification indicates your willingness to invest in your own professional development
  7. Certification provides you greater earning potential
  8. Certification confirms your individual competence
  9. Certification offers greater professional recognition from peers
  10. Certification builds personal confidence
*Formerly known as SAPACC

CCDAPP

7220 SW Sylvan Court

Portland, Oregon 97225-3742

866-538-4788

exec.dir@ccdapp.org

 

 

 

 

 

    BECOME A CSAPA,        CDAPA OR QSAP

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WHO SHOULD CERTIFY:

  • Designated Employer Representatives
  • Drug and Alcohol Program Managers
  • Third Party Administrators
  • Drug and Alcohol Program Trainers
  • Compliance Monitors/Auditors
  • Contractor Oversight Agents
  • Drug and Alcohol Program Consultants

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