Vermont Streamlines Process for Substance Abuse Counselors

BURLINGTON FREE PRESS (10/16) – The state has streamlined the process for someone to become a substance abuse counselor as Vermont continues to address the opioid addiction crisis, Republican Gov. Phil Scott says. The changes simplify the educational requirements and relieve professionals from unnecessary documentation, officials said. The new rules also are mostly compatible with other states’ rules so out-of-state clinicians can work in Vermont, they said. Read more

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