Trinity Faith-Based University, as a religious institution, is exempt from regulation by the Indiana Commission on Proprietary Education. Its primary focus is to create schools of human services. The anchor program for Trinity University is housed in the School of Alcohol and Drugs which is approved by NAADAC (The Association for Addiction Professionals).
University Accreditations and Affiliations
Certified Academic Institution with the National Christian Counselors Association
Certified Academic Institution with the American Association of Christian Therapist (Premier Level)
Trinity has collaborated with Rhonda McKillip, M.Ed., LMHC, MAC, CCDC III, CDP , Dr. Tommy Williams (Ph.D. in Alcohol and Drugs) and Dr. Lloyd Booth ( Ph.D. in Theology) to formulate a four module Associate's, Bachelor's, Master's, and Ph.D degree program designed to meet the needs of persons wanting to become nationally certified addiction counselors.
The following levels of certifications, contact Trinity University for training.
To train individuals in the area of alcohol, tobacco,
and other drugs in order to meet the needs of the clients they serve.
Trinity's basic philosophy is that most clients need a total spiritual revitalization in order to conquer their need for addictive substances.
*** Interested parties may contact Dr. Williams for information
regarding Trinity's programs. 1-877-882-4010
In addition to the Trinity University AA, BA, MA, and PhD Degree
in alcohol and drugs counseling, CEUs from NAADAC and College credit can be designed for group or individuals. Trinity Faith Based University can
train interested persons to become certified trainers and presenters
for NAADAC/NACoA Caregivers Certification.