The Certification Board is using Certemy to process and track applications.
To download a completed renewal credential via Certemy:
1-Log onto your Certemy account
2-Once the renewal application has been successfully completed the renewal credential can be found under the Digital Wallet section to download.
3-The completed credential can also be found under “Files” on the left side of the Certemy screen. Under files, right click the 3 gray dots to select “download”.
All professionals who were certified by the NJ Certification Board after 2018 with an associated email address have an account in Certemy. Everyone with an account should have been emailed on February 18th, 2020.
Recertification(Renewal) must be completed within the Certemy system. Therefore if you have been certified within the last 2 years and cannot find your email/account in Certemy please use this form so that we can help you locate your account as quickly as possible. Please note that one submitted all application fees are non-refundable.
If you already have an account in Certemy, login at apcbnj.certemy.com/entry/login.
Not sure if you have an account or don’t know the password? Go to https://apcbnj.certemy.com/entry/forgotpw and enter your email
Approved Recertification/Renewal training approved by the APCBNJ, Inc. must be related to the Domains to each credential. (i.e. LCADC coursework can count towards CCS renewal, but not to the CPS or CPRS etc.)
- Approved Educational Providers: https://certbd.org/approved-providers.
- DCA-ADCC Approved Renewal Providers: ALCOHOL & DRUG COUNSELOR COMMITTEE LAW AND PUBLIC SAFETY Chapter 34C Page 43 of 62 Last Revision Date: 02/22/2022 1) Courses and programs approved by a regionally accredited institution of higher learning; the APCBNJ or any other ICRC member board; NAADAC, the Association for Addiction Professionals; American Society on Addiction Medicine; National Board of Certified Counselors; the American Counseling Association; the American Psychological Association; the American Psychiatric Association; the National Association of Social Workers; the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy; the National Council on Compulsive Gambling; and the American Compulsive Gambling Counselor Certification Board;