This graduate certificate is part of a partnership with the New Hampshire LEND Program and the Seacoast Child Development Clinic. Accepted LEND trainees and others are eligible to apply for the Graduate Certificate for Leadership in Children’s Health and Disability from the University of New Hampshire (separate application process through the UNH Graduate School).
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Coordinator: Patrick Shannon, 603-862-5016, firstname.lastname@example.org
The certificate program is intended for graduate students or social service workers pursuing increased knowledge in substance use disorders. Students will develop general and specific competencies aligned with the "core functions and practice dimensions of addiction counseling" outlined by the New Hampshire board of licensing for alcohol and other drug use professionals, including intake, assessment, treatment planning, case management, referral, crisis intervention, record keeping, and the counseling of individuals, groups, and families. The Substance Use Disorders Graduate Certificate consists of 12 credit hours through a series of four courses covering etiology of addictions, addiction policy analysis, addiction research and best practices, and system theory and strengths perspective.
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Coordinator: Brian Miller, 603-862-1013, email@example.com
The Child Welfare Graduate Certificate Program is designed to educate individuals interested in improving the quality of life for children and families vulnerable to abuse and neglect. In addition, the certificate will provide additional pathways of preparation for students interested in careers in public child welfare and will aid in increasing valuable resources toward supporting children and families vulnerable to child abuse and neglect.
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Coordinator: Kim Kelsey, 603-862-2704, firstname.lastname@example.org