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D. Frank  Davis

Chairman of the Texas Certification Board for Addiction Professionals and chair of the CCJP Committee of IC&RC. He has worked for over 22 years in the addiction counseling field and spent the last 17 plus years working in the criminal justice addiction treatment field. IC&RC is the largest addiction treatment and prevention credentialing organization in the world. Today, IC&RC represents 76 member boards and 45,000 professionals from 24 countries and 47 U.S. states and territories. IC&RC’s seven credentials include counselors, clinical supervisors, prevention specialists, criminal justice, and co-occurring disorders professionals.

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