Honorary/Retiree Membership

Dues: $60.00/annually

(as of 10/01/2023, approval of NOHS bylaws)

Honorary: In accordance with the provisions of the Association’s Bylaws, any individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the association, the field of human services practice or human services education may be eligible to receive an honorary membership. Eligibility for an honorary membership is outlined in the policies and procedures of the association. This category doesn’t have voting privileges or hold office. 

Retiree: An individual can obtain a retiree membership if he or she is fully retired as a human services practitioner, or human services educator, and has been an active member of NOHS within the past five years.

This membership may require additional verification.


 When you are an honorary/retiree, you need quick access to answers and research to guide your practice while you support your community and grow your expertise.

  • Opportunities to share research and expertise with the human services community at conferences, in publications and on media productions
  • Set awareness of new strategies and evidence-based practices
  • Grow the next generation of counselors
  • Leadership opportunities with NOHS projects, committees and leadership efforts 
Join today!