Missouri Credentialing Board

Providing Credentialing and Training For
Substance Use Disorder Professionals For Over 40 Years

Peer Specialist Basic Training Event

To purchase an International Certificate, professionals must first hold a valid and current reciprocal-level credential or license through an IC&RC member board before completing the International Certificate Order Form.

Want to become a Department of Transportation Substance Abuse Professional? 

When registering for the training and exam, please include “MSAPCB” in the referral code box.

Searching for a professional by last name or credential number or need to verify an active and valid credential? We can help!

Specific information on requirements for the various credentials offered by the MCB.

For complete information, access a credential application under the “Credentials” link.

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 www.internationalcredentialing.org.

Missouri Credentialing Board
Has Moved!

The Missouri Credentialing Board has moved our office location!  We are still being housed at Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry Building; however, we are now on the 3rd Floor. 

The Missouri Credentialing Board
428 East Capitol
3rd Floor
Jefferson City, Mo. 65101

All mail can be sent to this new address. 

Training Updates—All upcoming MCB trainings can be found on our training calendar at www.missouricb.com

“Live Ethics” Requirement– The MCB has suspended the requirement that ethics trainings be live indefinitely. The MCB will accept any ethics training a professional takes until further notice—please just make sure the session has the word “ethics” in the title.