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RecertificationVerify a CMAC Credential
CHECK THE STATUS OF A CMAC CREDENTIAL

The CMAC credential can be verified by written request (web form, mail or fax) to the ACMA National Office. Inquiries about an individual’s credential status will be answered with the category, certification number, validation period and statement of standing.

Mailed requests can be sent to: National Board of Case Management (NBCM) c/o ACMA National Office, Attn. Certification Department, 11701 W. 36th Street, Little Rock, AR 72211

Faxed requests can be sent to: (501) 227-4247

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American Case Management Association
11701 W. 36th St.
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
Phone: 501-907-ACMA (2262)
Fax: 501-227-4247