Alcohol and Other Drug Issues Programs
Continuing Studies is helping social workers, counselors and other professional improve the lives of Wisconsin residents. Continuing education in the field of substance abuse topics keep professionals current with the latest research and best practices relevant to their field.
We offer one- and two-day workshops, a conference, and certificate programs designed especially for professionals working in AODA treatment, mental health, counseling, FASD, social work or other human service professions.
AODA programs include
Workshops are offered in Madison and through the state of Wisconsin for professionals working in AODA treatment, mental health, counseling, FASD, social work or other human service professions. Most programs are available for licensure renewal credit.
This program provides practical information and skills to help social workers, mental health providers, clergy, and other human service professionals make real differences in the lives of substance abusers.
This 5-day certificate program provides up-to-date, science based information on FASD, as well as the skills, strategies and materials for medical and allied health professionals, human services providers, families, communities, administrators, policy makers, and others need to become FASD trainers.
Wisconsin’s Intoxicated Driver Program Approved Training (IDP-AT)
The IDP-AT is the DHS 62 mandated training for IDP staff. Participation is limited to Wisconsin IDP assessors, supervisors, and coordinators or those preparing to become IDP staff. To earn the IDP-AT certificate participants must successfully complete 15 hours of self-study, attend the two-day in-person training, and pass a final exam.
Register for this program.
The Wisconsin Women's Education Network on Addiction, Recovery and Prevention (WWEN) is a a grant-funded outreach project for anyone interested in women's treatment, recovery and prevention.
This conference provides valuable information for professionals who work with youth on the physical, neurological and psychological changes are often experienced differently by male and female adolescents. Experts will teach the latest research in the areas of prevention, intervention and treatment from a gender-sensitive perspective.
Recertification Reminder Service
Stay on top of your continuing education requirements! Join our email service especially for licensed human services professionals. Every other month, you will automatically receive a list of our upcoming programs available for professional credits. To subscribe, send a blank email to: email@example.com.