The Specialty Program in Alcohol and Drug Abuse (SPADA) at WMU continues to be a leader in the education of personnel in a variety of positions in alcohol and substance abuse treatment, and WMU students in the SPADA graduate certificate program can apply for federal financial aid for the 21-credit hour program.
On Thursday, April 17, attend an information session where you will speak with faculty about the SPADA program and how WMU can help you help others.
Thursday, April 17
5:30 to 7 p.m.
32820 Woodward Ave
Royal Oak, MI 48073
The SPADA program at WMU is the first university-based training clinic in Michigan to address the criminal justice population of substance abusers. Courses examine biological, psychological and sociological aspects of substance abuse, giving students a comprehensive perspective.
Work done in the program can be applied to the educational and field experience requirements for CADC and CAADC credentials. Refer to the Michigan Certification Board for Addiction Professionals for more information.
The certificate is for working professionals and graduate students in counselor education and counseling psychology, occupational therapy, psychology, public administration, biological sciences, social work, sociology, and other related disciplines.
WMU will pay your application fee if you attend the info session and apply to the SPADA program at WMU-MetroDetroit by April 25.