NAATP has three categories of membership, Provider, Supporter, and Affiliate.
NAATP Provider Members provide direct professional addiction recovery services. Provider members must be licensed in the state(s) in which they operate for the types and levels of services offered and be accredited by a nationally recognized accrediting body. New and continuing members not already accredited will be allowed 24-month to attain accreditation during which time they will be designated as Provisional Members. Provider Member applicants that are not licensed will not be accepted. These organizations may qualify as Supporter members if in the process of opening and attaining licensure.
NAATP Supporter Members are entities or individuals that/who provide a non-clinical service to individuals who are in or are seeking recovery. Services provided support or contribute to recovery from substance use disorders. Recovery Support services may include, but are not necessarily limited to recovery coaching, peer support, recovery residences or sober living. Supporter members offer services not currently licensable, but they should seek certification where available.
NAATP Affiliate Members are entities or individuals that/who provide a service, software or goods that supports or contributes to the work of NAATP and its members, contributes to the goals of addiction service and treatment provision, or promotes law and policy that benefit the treatment service industry.
We offer a range of valuable benefits to our members including:
- Information Sharing
- Industry News
- Ethical Guidance
- Policy Advocacy
- Surveys & Outcomes
- Job Listings
- ADAW Subscriptions
Member Application and Review
Membership application review is generally completed within 1-14 days of submission. However, if we need additional information, timing will be dependent on your responsiveness in providing this information. Once the membership is approved and dues have been received, you will receive a NAATP membership packet via mail. We will also email you the NAATP logo so you can proudly display it on your website and other visibility and marketing materials. You will also be able to log into our website to access a wide variety of additional resources.
Membership Terms and Conditions
NAATP membership is a privilege. NAATP requires that all members adhere to NAATP Membership Terms & Conditions, which include the NAATP Code of Ethics and NAATP Quality Assurance Guidebook. During the application and renewal process, members are required to attest that they have read, understand, and agree to adhere to each of these. Members must further agree that a failure to adhere, as determined in the sole discretion of NAATP, will result in disciplinary action by NAATP that may include: denial of the membership application, corrective action by the member, or revocation of membership.