The MCAP designation is a professional substance abuse credential for people who assess, develop, and provide substance abuse treatment services and plans. MCAP applicants must hold a minimum of a Master's degree or higher in a related field. If you believe your degree should be accepted as a related field but it is not specifically identified in the FCB list of related degrees, please review the MCAP-CAP-CPP Related Degree Equivalency Review Policy.
Individual's holding the MCAP are recognized/hold the practice rights of qualified professionals per Chapter 397, F.S. and may make a substance use disorder diagnosis in programs billed under Florida?s Medicaid State Plan.
People holding the MCAP are recognized as meeting the requirements for a Master's Level CAP under Florida?s State Medicaid Plan.
All MCAP applicants are eligible to apply for the IC&RC Alcohol and Drug Counselor (ADC) credential.
The course is approved for by NAADAC (#167710); Florida Certification Board (#5054); Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling (CE Provider # 50-20556).
Read full requirements at FCB