Member Exclusive Benefits

In today’s economy, ACA knows that counselors need to stretch their dollars as much as possible. That's why we offer exclusive Members-Only discounts on the things you need most. Members can receive exclusive discounts on malpractice liability, auto, home and personal insurance products; prescription, lab and imaging services, as well as discounts from industry leaders in hotel, travel, credit cards, and much more.

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ACA Insurance Programs - Preview

  • Professional Liability Insurance

  • Life, Health, and Dental insurance programs

  • Liberty Mutual Insurance Auto & Home Program

  • Long-Term Care Insurance

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More Ways to Save as an ACA Member is here!

  • Bank of America

  • Choice Hotels

  • Elavon Merchant Services

  • Avis Car Rental

  • Budget Car Rental

  • Budget Truck Rental

  • Office Depot

  • RXCut Prescription Savings Program

  • Therapy Directory

  • TherapySites

  • Wiley and Wiley-Blackwell Books

  • Wyndham Hotel

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Latest News

  • ACA in the News: Opt-out Rule for Counselors Gains Approval in Arkansas

    Jul 13, 2016
    Yesterday, Arkansas lawmakers passed a bill that permits a counselor to opt out of working with a client if the provider has a conflict of "conscience." ACA immediately issued a statement condemning the passage, citing a direct violation of the ACA Code of Ethics.
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  • ACA Responds to Shootings in Baton Rouge, Minneapolis and Dallas

    Jul 08, 2016
    “We are all saddened by the latest shootings in Baton Rouge and outside of Minneapolis. This is all further heightened by the shooting in Dallas. We take comfort in knowing that ACA members provide valuable services to communities and individuals who are trying to make sense of these tragic events,” said Rich Yep, CEO of the American Counseling Association.
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