WAAT: Women's Association for Addiction Treatment

Become a Member

Member Benefits

Membership is open to any woman in the addiction field. The membership fees are below and individual members are eligible to receive a discount if renewed below the membership expires.
Membership begins on the 1st of the month you join and is renewable on the first of that month the following year.

Membership Pricing

  • Individual Memberships:
    • Individual: $150 / Renewal: $100
    • Students: $95 / Renewal: $70
  • Corporate Membership:
    • Two (2) employees: $300 $285
    • Three (3) employees: $450 $425
    • Four (4) employees: $600 $550

Benefits of membership include:

  • The opportunity to meet and network with top women in the addiction field.
  • Informative speaker presentations on current trends and issues in the addiction field
  • CEUs or professional development hours
  • Access to the "Members Only" section of our website
  • Access to and listing in our Membership Directory
  • Listing in our Resource Guide
  • Opportunity to list upcoming events and workshops in our Calendar

NOTE: We are not able to accept American Express cards at this time.

Member Spotlight

Chanda Rankin, PhD, MA, CADC II

Currently in private practice, I see adults (18+) for individual psychotherapy. In addition, I provide psychological testing and assessment for adults (18+). With 24 years of experience working in the field of mental health and addiction, I bring a
unique breadth of experience and knowledge to my work founded on a combination of exemplary and diverse professional training, employment and personal experience. I have worked with adolescents and adults in: voluntary and involuntary psychiatric hospitals; residential and outpatient centers for addiction and co-occurring disorders; public mental health; community mental health; non-profit charity for music entertainment professionals. 

I have been fortunate to have worked at: Promises, PCH, Visions, Harmony Place, Musicares, Mills College, The Wright Institute, Kaiser Hospital and St. Mary's Hospital to name a few. As a co-founder of WAAT, it has been my privilege to see the organization grow, connecting women and resources in the field of addiction.