Addictions & Community Services Worker

Help the troubled

Work in Addictions Counseling and Social Services

The Addictions and Community Services Worker program will give you the skills you need to make a positive change in the lives of many troubled individuals n the community. Graduates are prepared to help those that are facing physical, mental health, violence or addictions challenges.

A career in Addictions Counseling and Community Services involves working in diverse range of areas such as:

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Don't know if a community services career is right for you? An advisor is ready to help you figure that out.

At National Education consultancy our job is to guide you every step of the way and provide you with the information you need to make an informed decision about your career choice.  Our advisors will go over application process, funding options and check out any scholarships that may be available for you from many reputable colleges. 

Addiction Community Services Worker
"It has been fun and full of excitement learning new things and studying home based. I took up a course while i am on Mat Leave. I thought it would be difficult on my part studying while caring for a baby, but the school has been of so much help in giving me options of time where i can study best"
Partner College

Frequently Asked Questions

How is the job outlook for Addictions and Community Services Workers in Alberta?

There is a growing demand for more professionals to work in Community Services. The future bodes well for a steady increase in jobs and higher salaries.

Jobs related to social services worker will continue to increase in the immediate future. This is the time to enroll and learn all the skills necessary for a successful career in Addictions and Community Services Worker. Complete the diploma in 1 year and work with adults, and youth.

Would I Qualify for Government Funding?

95% of students that apply for post-secondary education also apply for government funding every year.

If you are low income, or have dependent children under 12 years of age, or a newly arrived immigrant to Canada, then you may be eligible for government grants. 

To find out what you would qualify for, get in touch with one of our advisors to help you complete a free estimate.