Becoming An AIS Member?

Thank you for your interest in AIS!

Becoming a member of AIS is the beginning of your journey to belong to an organization that holds ethical standards of excellence. You do not have to have your CIP to join. You can join the membership as a candidate or an associate and benefit from the network opportunities and learning opportunities from experts in the field of intervention.

You can apply for AIS membership by filling out the application provided below.

AIS Membership Application

Make sure to mail it back or email the PDF with information enclosed.

AIS Membership – Chairperson
Tim Grealish
tim@teginterventions.com, CIP

For AIS Administrative Info:
Contact: Rebecca Mowen
Association of Intervention Specialist

Administrative Offices
13610 Barrett Office Dr
Suite 104
Ballwin, MO 63021
561-408-2759

Full Member: – This is a voting category – A professional meeting the following criteria shall be considered a Practicing Interventionist eligible for Full membership in the Association:

(a) Is Currently registered and in good standing with the Pennsylvania Credentialing Board (PCB) as a Certified Intervention Professional (CIP)
(b) Has completed and submitted the Application for AIS membership to the AIS Office for approval.
(c) Maintains payment of annual dues
(d) Completes a written commitment to support the Association’s mission statement and abide by the PCB and AIS Code of Ethics
(e) Proof of Professional Liability Insurance no less than 1,000,000 per incident and $3,000,000 aggregate

Candidate Member This is a non-voting category – A professional meeting the following criteria and abiding by the following guidelines shall be considered a Candidate member in the association after completing an application and paying dues

(a) Has some knowledge of or interest in addictive illness with a focus on interventions;
(b) Has declared their intent to work toward Full Membership
(c) Has completed and submitted an Application for Membership to AIS office for processing and approval;
(d) Completes a written commitment to support the Association’s mission statement and abide by the PCB and AIS Code of Ethics
(e) May attend all AIS meetings;
(f) Maintains payment of annual dues.

Associate Member This is a non-voting category – An individual who supports the practice of intervention and who supports the mission of the Association of Intervention Specialists may join the association in this category. Membership in this category is not seen as a clinician but as a supporter of intervention. This category is not expected to move toward full membership.

(a) Has some knowledge of or interest in addictive illness with a focus on interventions;
(b) Has completed and submitted an Application for Membership to the AIS office for processing and approval;
(c) May attend all AIS meetings;
(d) Completes a written commitment to support the Association’s mission statement and abide by the PCB and AIS Code of Ethics
(e) Maintains payment of annual dues

Emeritus Member. This is a voting membership category. Any full member who is in good standing that retires from actively conducting interventions or takes a sabbatical may apply for Emeritus status.

(a) The member may apply to the Membership Committee in writing their intent and date to retire or take a sabbatical from conducting interventions;
(b) The Emeritus members shall retain all rights and privileges of Full members and are not required to attend any number of meetings;
(c) An Emeritus member shall only pay 50% of what Full members pay.
(d) Emeritus members need not continue to be registered with the PCB.
(e) Maintains payment of annual dues.
(f) If an Emeritus Member begins to do interventions, they must be reinstated as a Full Member and obtain their CIP.

Interventionist Credentialing

To become a Full member of AIS, you must be a credentialed interventionist. You can obtain your certification from the Pennsylvania Certification Board (PCB). Many Intervention Specialists throughout the US, Canada, and Europe have been working together for the past several years on the development of a specialty certification for Intervention Specialists. The PCB announced the Certified Intervention Professional (CIP) credential. For more information and to obtain an application, visit the PCB website at pacertboard.org.

International

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AIS Administrative Offices

13610 Barrett Office Dr
Suite 104
Ballwin, MO 63021
(561)-408-2759

For AIS Information Contact:

Rebecca Mowen