(A) A license or certificate that has not been renewed lapses on its expiration date.
(B) Except in the case of the registered applicant (RA) certification and the first two year, renewable chemical dependency counselor assistant (CDCA) certification, a license or certificate that has lapsed may be restored if the individual applies for restoration no later than two years after the license or certificate has expired.
(1) The registered applicant certification is not renewable and shall not be restored. An individual whose registered application expires may not reapply for the registered applicant certification.
(2) In order to be issued the first two year, renewable CDCA certification an individual whose initial CDCA certification has lapsed shall meet the requirements in division (D) of rule 4758-5-01 of the Administrative Code not later than one year after the initial CDCA certification lapses. Individuals whose initial CDCA certification is lapsed beyond one year shall be required to reapply and meet all requirements for certification as a CDCA.
(C) The board shall issue a restored license or certificate to an applicant upon payment of any renewal fees and completion of all continuing education requirements which are currently in effect at the time of restoration.
(D) An individual shall not be required to take an examination as a condition of having a lapsed license or certificate restored if it is restored within two years of the date in which it lapsed.
(E) All licenses or certificates are the property of the board and shall be surrendered by the chemical dependency counselor or prevention specialist upon request by the board.