2017 IC&RC Licensure Testing
The IC&RC testing, is "on demand" and provides immediate pass/fail results. We will email you the pass/fail letter upon receipt. This is an official letter you are able to submit to DOPL. If you have any issues, please contact us promptly. Click here for the registration form.
You can email the registration to: email@example.com and pay via PayPal (below)
You can mail the registration and payment to: AUSAP - P.O. Box 901418 - Sandy, UT 84090
You can mail the registration to: AUSAP @ P.O. Box 901418, Sandy, UT 84090 and mail the check or money order (or pay via PayPal)
Keep in mind a few basics:
You will be contacted by ISO Quality Testing at which time you will confirm your registration and select your test date and time
Once you confirm your registration with ISO you will have 1 year to take this test. You will lose your test fee if you do not register within that years time.
To cancel your test or reschedule contact us promptly.
In order to retake the exam, you will need to fill out a new registration and create a new payment; we will then complete a new registration on your behalf.
Locations for IC&RC Testing in Utah (these are subject to change):
2301 W. Ashton Blvd., Lehi
1165 W. 800 S., Orem
451 E. 400 N., Price
Career / Financial Aid Bldg., 1st Floor, St. George
$185 for AUSAP / NAADAC members for the ADC and AADC
$200 for non-members for the ADC and AADC
Study Guides are optional. The Ready to Test Guide is available in the up-to-date version. The Supplemental Guide is for use with the AADC exam along with the Ready to Test guide. (if you are loaned a version from someone; you cannot guarantee that the information has not changed and could affect your test results). If you are interested in ordering a Study Guide(s), for any of the above tests, contact us by email with your interest. There are changes to the testing guide as follows: There is a new chapter on DSM-5, and the supplemental guide covers MAT and Trauma - both new additions to the exam. Typically students will want/need both for the advanced test. The M404 covers a significant portion of the test - it's the style of questions that changes from basic to advanced. Where the basic covers the what and how types of questions, the advanced exam has those and many "why" questions. The supplement guide covers this difference, and also introduces the two topics from above that are not on the basic exam.
Contact AUSAP, Rhonda Odom 801-541-0030 via call or text with any questions. (8-3:30 texting is best) - the email is checked throughout the day: firstname.lastname@example.org
Practice Test: This test is designed to prepare you to take an IC&RC exam (what to expect).
Upon Passing the exam you will need to contact DOPL to continue your Licensure Process
Special Accommodations: Individuals with disabilities and/or religious obligations that require modifications in test administration may request specific procedure changes, in writing, along with your registration to test to AUSAP. With the written request, the candidate must provide official documentation of the accommodation requested. Submitted documentation must follow ADA guidelines in that psychological or psychiatric evaluations must have been conducted within the last three years. All medical/physical conditions require documentation of the treating physician’s examination conducted within the previous three months. Candidates should contact AUSAP to inquire about other necessary documentation.
AUSAP will offer appropriate modifications to its procedures when documentation supports the need. All requests for special accommodations must be submitted to AUSAP prior to scheduling your examination. You will receive further information on scheduling your examination with accommodations once your board has reviewed and approved the accommodation request. Documentation could take upwards of 45 days to verify and for IC&RC to work out with you.
** Do not send your payment to any other resource as this will delay your registration **
**No Refunds – No transfer of fees to testing centers or testing period **
Association of Utah Substance Abuse Professionals