COUNSELOR OF THE YEAR

ODAPCA honors our profession annually by recognizing an outstanding Counselor, Agency, and Advocate in our state.  We invite you to participate in this celebration by nominating your choice for ODAPCA Counselor, Agency, and Advocate of the Year. (CPS Award Winner will have their name submitted to our National Prevention Specialist Award through IC&RC)

Your nominee needs to be:

  1. A Certified or Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor
  2. An ODAPCA member
  3. Certification or License must be in good standing
  4. General Guidelines applicable to this nomination.

 

This recognition is primarily intended to recognize the nominee’s effort and accomplishments in direct services to alcohol/drug abuse clients and their families.  Formal education, professional affiliations and status outside health career will have little impact on selection.  However, do in include awards, accomplishments, and achievements for local, state or national organizations that reflect accomplishments particularly in the alcohol/drug abuse field.

PREVENTION SPECIALIST (CPS) OF THE YEAR

ODAPCA honors our profession annually by recognizing an outstanding prevention specialist in the state.  We invite you to participate in this celebration by nominating your choice for ODAPCA Prevention Specialist (CPS) of the Year. 

Your nominee needs to be:

  1. A Certified Prevention Specialist
  2. An ODAPCA member
  3. Certification must be in good standing
  4. General Guidelines applicable to this nomination.
    1. Policy and procedures design for prevention programming
    2. Planning and evaluation
    3. Education and skill Development
    4. Community organization
    5. Public policy and environmental change
    6. Professional growth and responsibility

Agency of the Year Award

ODAPCA honors our profession annually by recognizing an outstanding Agency in the state.  We invite you to participate in this celebration by nominating your choice for ODAPCA Agency of the Year. 

Your nominee needs to be:

  1. A certified Agency
  2. Certification must be in good standing
  3. Strong leadership and advocacy for treatment services
  4. Strong commitment to helping others

Click here for nominee application