ADSAC Assessor Requirements
Trainings for new ADSAC assessor candidates may be held two times a year: Spring and Fall
- Have at least two years documented full-time clinical experience in drug/alcohol treatment counseling; and
- Current licensure as a LBHP* or certified as an alcohol and drug counselor (CADC); or
- Current status as an LBHP candidate, under the onsite supervision of a certified ADSAC assessor.
- Proof of successful completion of a one (1) day ASAM training within two (2) years of the submission of the application.
Complete the online profile if you meet requirements 1- 4 above.
To complete the online profile:
- Go to www.odmhsas.org then to Access Control, in the middle of the page on the left.
- Create user for Access Control. *(You will receive an email notification from the helpdesk regarding Access Control log-in.)
- Once you log-In, double-click on the Registration icon
- Select Alcohol and Drug Substance Abuse Courses and Advance to Registration
- Once you complete registration click the submit button. **DO NOT click on PAY BILLS**. A copy of Title 450 Chapter 21, which implements the ADSAC assessor process can be found on our website under Policy, ODMHSAS Administrative Rules, Administrative Rules That Are Currently In Effect.
*"Licensed Behavioral Health Professional" or "LBHP" means:
(A) Allopathic or Osteopathic Physicians with a current license and board certification in psychiatry or board eligible in the state in which services are provided, or a current resident in psychiatry;
(B) Practitioners with a license to practice in the state in which services are provided by one of the following licensing boards:
(ii) Social Work (clinical specialty only);
(iii) Professional Counselor;
(iv) Marriage and Family Therapist;
(v) Behavioral Practitioner; or
(vi) Alcohol and Drug Counselor.