Addictions and Community Services Worker diploma program at Reeves College
There’s no question that addictions and community service work is challenging. It takes the right personality and training to help people deal with problems such as alcohol and drug abuse.
However, the sense of fulfillment can be immense when you help people get the support and services they need to face their challenges and improve their wellbeing.
If you’re interested in starting a career helping children, youth, and families in need, consider enrolling in the Addictions and Community Services Worker diploma program at Reeves College in Edmonton.
In less than a year, you’ll be prepared to work in a diverse range of settings, including social service agencies, community mental health facilities, group homes, and more.
The hands-on training you’ll receive will cover everything you need to know to enter the field. You’ll learn about essential topics such as ethics, psychology, communication, case file management, and report writing. There is also a special focus on working with youth, families, and high-risk groups.
Upon graduation, you’ll be prepared for entry-level roles including addiction support worker, community service worker, social service worker, and community support worker.
To learn more or apply today, fill out the REQUEST INFO form on this page.