PREVENTION PROFESSIONAL of the YEAR AWARD

Now accepting nominations for the Prevention Professional of the Year!
Due by February 19, 2021

2021 Award Information

Substance abuse prevention is one of the greatest public health challenges of our time, and its success depends on a workforce of qualified professionals trained in evidence-based practices.
 
Prevention professionals are working all over the world – partnering with parents, community groups, coalitions, faith-based organizations, health care professionals, law enforcement, businesses, and educators – to make a difference in their communities. 
 
Among them are the professionals who go above and beyond, truly standing out in their dedication, compassion, and effectiveness. It is those professionals whom IC&RC wants to recognize.

About the Award
 
The Prevention Professional of the Year Award seeks to honor the best of the best: The Certified Prevention Professional who best embodies the ideal of the profession and of IC&RC. The Prevention Committee of IC&RC will accept nominations from member boards, and then select the awardee from among the submissions. The recipient and nominating board will be notified, and then honored at a state or national conference.
 
 
About IC&RC
 
IC&RC is an international non-profit organization that promotes public protection by developing internationally recognized credentials and examinations for prevention, substance use disorder treatment, and recovery professionals. Quality and integrity are the foundation of IC&RC’s work and all examinations are based on the latest research, evidence-based practices, and updated on a regular basis.

Nominations due by Feb 19, 2021

Please click on the link below to be taken the the application. Applications must be submitted by February 19, 2021. The winner will be recognized at the TAAP Conference in September 2021, and be nominated for the IC&RC International Prevention Specialist of the Year award.

2021 Prevention Award Application

Nominee must be:

  • Certified in Prevention
  • Good standing with the Texas Certification Board
  • No prior/pending legal or ethical violations

Qualities to consider:

  • Reliability
  • Quality of work
  • Commitment to purpose
  • Exemplification of prevention principles
  • Accomplishments
  • Individual impact