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From an AA practitioner: “A recent letter arrived by US mail, certified/return receipt. It was inconvenient for me to go to the Post Office so it was returned to NCCAA. Was it important?”

NCCAA only sends communications by certified/return receipt mail when they are critical to your maintaining certification. NCCAA always retains proof that an attempt has been made to inform you of your certification status. Such mailings include notice that your certification status is delinquent, notice that you have been selected to participate in the CME audit, and other circumstances critical to your certification status.

If you no longer wish to remain certified, please inform NCCAA in writing so that we can move your name to the inactive file.


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