As licensed addiction professionals, NH statute identify NAADAC Code of Ethics as our “go-to” for ethical decision making.
Alc 301.01 (f) (2), 501.01, 502.01 http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rules/state_agencies/alc100-500.html
Today, more than ever, the complex nature of treating co-occurring substance misuse and mental health disorders combined with
increased workloads in this landscape here in NH demand prudent and practical risk management strategies not only for the care
of our clients and the public, but, also for ourselves as the care provider. Check out how NAADAC Code of ethics define important
elements of “Self Care” per III-18 Self Monitoring, III-41, 42 Impairment.
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Learn more about recent updates to the NAADAC Code of Ethics and how these principles provide us with a structure
for risk management by joining upcoming FREE webinars– for details & to register go to www.naadac.org/webinars
notable changes will be reviewed in this FREE 2-part Webinar series
3-4pm Wed. 1/25 & 3-4pm Wed. 2/22
- new format is more user friendly
- new section VI related to e-therapy and social media