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MCB Reinstatement Period

The Missouri Credentialing Board has decided to allow a credential reinstatement period for anyone who may have let any MCB credential lapse since April 30, 2012.

MCB will be conducting a reinstatement period during January/February 2016. To reinstate a credential, a professional will need to submit:
1 period of renewal hours for the credential being reinstated – examples are:

  • 40 hours with 6 live ethics for CCJP

  • 20 hours with 3 live ethics for RASAC II

  • 6 hours of medication/pharmacology/brain disease training for MARS

All hours must be obtained since the credential expired.
1 renewal fee payment – examples are:

  • $190.00 for CCJP

  • $95.00 for RASAC II

  • $25.00 for a 2nd credential – for instance if you kept your CRADC but let a CCJP or CCDP-D expire.

1 reinstatement fee of $150.00 – this fee is the same for all credential reinstatements

If you are interested in reinstating an expired credential,
please e-mail Scott Breedlove ( with your current mailing address and a reinstatement packet will be e- mailed or mailed to you in December 2015. E-mailing Scott will save MCB from sending you a follow up postcard.

If you have any questions, please call MCB at 573-616-2300. 

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The Missouri Credentialing Board (MCB) is a not-for-profit organization established in 1977 from the (then) Missouri Association of Alcoholism Counselors for the purpose of providing a recognized credential for qualified professionals working in the field of substance use disorders.
MCB is a proud member of IC&RC, which protects the public by establishing standards and facilitating reciprocity for the credentialing of addiction-related professionals.  The largest organization of its kind, IC&RC represents more than 40,000 professionals worldwide. The IC&RC web address is

The MCB operates with a minimum of twelve board members, five of whom are nominated and appointed representatives, one from five established regions in the State. In addition, the MCB currently employs two full time staff employees.