Workforce Development Scholarship Opportunity
Montgomery County Alcohol Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) is offering scholarships to 25 people to become certified chemical dependency professionals. The scholarships are for any employee that works for an ADAMHS contract agency. The workforce development scholarship will pay for the 16 month, 12 semester hour program (four - 3 hour semester courses: SCC MHT 1130; MHT 1236; MHT 2137; MHT 2235). The series of courses is specifically designed by Sinclair Community College to meet the 180 hours of chemical dependency specific education required by the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals (OCDP) Board. Students are responsible for purchase of books, supplies, OCDP exam and licensure fees.
Upon completion of MHT 1130, individuals will be eligible to apply for CDCA Phase 1 preliminary licensure. After completion of all four (4) courses, individuals may be eligible to apply for mid-level to advanced licensure including the LCDC II, LCDC III, or LICDC based upon educational level and work experience.
Application Process: To apply for the scholarship, complete the online application by Monday, November 25, 2019. Applicants will be notified by Friday, November 29, 2019 of acceptance into the Spring 2020-21 cohort. You will have the opportunity to attend an orientation session with a Sinclair Community College & MC ADAMHS representative to discuss the cohort requirements early in December. Classes are scheduled to begin January 6, 2020.
Successful Completion: All participants are expected to earn a C-or above in each semester’s work to progress to the next level courses. Participants are expected to apply for and pass licensure exams, if required, for the CDCA, LCDCII, LCDC III, or LICDC within 90 days of eligibility.
|MHT 1130 - Spring 2020||MHT 1236 - Summer 2020|
|MHT 2137 - Fall 2020||MHT 2235 - Spring 2021|
Course Day/Time One weekday evening 5:30 pm to 8:10 pm
To Apply: Complete online application for scholarship https://scholarship.mcadamhs.org/ (by 11/25/19)
For additional information, please contact:
Beverly Tanamachi 937.853.4325 or firstname.lastname@example.org