NAATP member voices are diverse and strong. We proudly offer member benefits that enhance your ability to provide high quality evidence-based services, and support you in becoming a successful and profitable addiction treatment leader. Download our Member Information for an overview of NAATP Member Benefits.
Networking and Information Sharing
Treatment providers are in this work together. By connecting, discussing, giving, and taking, we improve all our work. Your relationships with your colleagues in addiction industry leadership will serve you and your organization well.
Membership in NAATP improves your visibility and bottom line. As a member you will be listed in our searchable Membership Directory. We encourage you to display your membership in NAATP on your electronic and print materials. Upon membership approval you will receive the official high resolution NAATP logo.
Education, Training, and Communication
NAATP promotes best practices in the marketing and delivery of addiction services by the dissemination of knowledge to its members through:
- Addiction Leader, the Newsletter of NAATP
- Annual National Leadership Conference
- Weekly Email and Social Media Updates
- Member-Only Website Resources Portal
- Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School Scholarship
NAATP provides critical guidance toward strong ethical and professionalism practice in our industry through the NAATP Code of Ethics, which NAATP treatment providers agree to abide. The NAATP Ethics Complaint Policy and Procedure provides a mechanism to hold ourselves and each other accountable. NAATP members walk the talk! NAATP has also launched a new Quality Control Initiative to raise the floor in addiction treatment ethics.
NAATP represents the addiction provider constituency in Congress and throughout the policy-making community, through our Washington DC-based Policy Representative and NAATP-PAC (Political Action Committee).
NAATP is also a voice at the table with colleague organizations like the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the National Institute on Drug Addiction (NIDA), and the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP).
Treatment Outcomes Study
The NAATP pioneering addiction treatment Outcomes Pilot Program (OPP) was launched in 2016. Through 8 of our member pilot sites, we are tracking the efficacy of our work. The comprehensive cross site study will provide much needed data, inform our work for the future, and provide a tool for our members to use to track their own outcomes.
NAATP produces industry staffing salary data for its members. After being suspended for several years, we reinstated this member benefit in 2016. The salary surveys are available free to NAATP members. You must be logged in to access it. The survey is available for sale to non-members. All Provider Members are asked to participate in the bi-annual national Salary Survey. The next release will be in early 2018.
Member Association Discounts
NAATP membership allows members to utilize financial incentives with NAATP loyalty vendors. Members receive a $500 discount on exhibit space at the NAATP National Leadership Conference and a $100 discount on conference registration.
The National Association and Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies agreed to a joint initiative to provide scholarships to employees of NAATP Provider Members as of June 2017. Hazelden Betty Ford will offer a $4500 scholarship to employees of NAATP Member facilities who enroll in a degree program or $220 off three-credit courses at the Graduate School of Addiction Studies. When applying, please reference employment at a NAATP Member facility. Your employment status will need to be confirmed, as will your employer’s membership with The National Association.
Provider members receive Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Weekly (ADAW) as a member benefit.
Members are able to post open positions in your organization on our website at no cost.