Advance Your Career

In order to take the next step in your career, consider:

The work you want to do

  • Who do you want to help?
  • What setting do you want to work in?
  • What skills do you want use?

How to get there

  • What is your experience?
  • What is your education?
  • What else do you need to meet the requirements for the work you want to do?

Explore this section of the website:

Career Paths describe

  • Types of positions
  • Progression in responsibility, competency and compensation
  • Typical education and experience requirements

Helping employment in the Massachusetts substance use and addictions workforce.

Employers can search for new hires and post available positions.

Job seekers can search for available jobs and post their qualifications and resumes.

What is the difference between a license and a certification?  Why would I want one instead of the other, or both?  Find the answers here.

From a single class to a PhD, there are many educational resources for the addiction professional or someone just exploring the field.

Find out where, when and how you can access training to further your career.