New CAS Registration Requirements

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Attention CAS registrants

Important changes have been made in the registration requirements for CAS registration. New applicants must use the new application available on this website(link). The new application came in effect on July 24, 2013. Any application forms downloaded prior to this will not be accepted.

Lost CAS Bill?

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Your renewal for CAS I or CAS II must be accompanied by your bill. If you have lost it you may download the form you need here. Please choose the form you need below:

CAS I renewal form

CAS II renewal form

Sending in a renewal with incomplete information or lack of payment will delay processing of your renewal. CAS does not accept renewals by fax.

Lost CAS REGISTRATION Bill?

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Your renewal for CAS Registration must be accompanied by your bill.

If you have lost it you may download the form you need here:

CAS Registration renewal billing

DHCS Uniform Code of Conduct

Please fill in your Registration number, Name and Address.  Also include a signed copy of the Uniform Code of Conduct.

Sending in an unsigned renewal with incomplete information or lack of payment will delay processing of your renewal.

CAS Certification Introduction

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ncca-logoThe Board of Certification of Addiction Specialists, an operating unit of California Association of Addiction Recovery Resources, awards the title Certified Alcoholism and other Drug Addiction Specialist (CAS) to those individuals meeting the education, experiential, examination, and ethical requirements for professional certification. 

CAS is a NCCA accredited certification.  In addition, CAS provides a renewal mechanism to recognize individuals who continue to demonstrate their qualifications through adherence to the standards of professional behavior and compliance with state regulations, CAS continuing education requirements, and the CAS Code of Ethics.

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