Fall, Spring, Summer
Diploma (3 terms)
The Behavioral Health Paraprofessional Diploma has a strong focus on community mental health and substance abuse issues. The students in the diploma program will engage with community providers, organizations and institutions to provide support and resources to individuals dealing with the above listed issues/concerns. The credits taken in this diploma program along with the completion of the Associate's degree in Human Services will allow the individual student to apply and sit for the national exam to become a certified alcohol and drug counselor.
This diploma is eligible for state and federal financial aid.
|Term 1||Credit Hours|
|HSV-109||Introduction to Human Services||3|
|HSV-282||Health and Psychosocial Rehabilitation||3|
|HSV-201||Loss, Trauma and Resilience||3|
|HSV-287||Counseling Theories and Techniques||3|
|HSV-292||Substance Abuse and Treatment||3|
|Human Services Field Experience and Seminar
or Alcohol and Drug Counselor Field Experience and Seminar I
|Total Credit Hours||30|