(A) The board is a member of the international certification and reciprocity consortium (IC&RC).
(B) Chemical dependency counselors licensed in Ohio at the LCDC II level and above and prevention specialists (OCPS I and OCPS II) are eligible for reciprocity with the entities that are members of the IC&RC provided that the same type or level of credential is offered by the member entity.
(C) An applicant may apply to the board for certification or licensure by reciprocity provided:
(1) The applicant holds a valid reciprocal level certificate or license from a member jurisdiction of the IC&RC or its successor;
(2) The board maintains membership in the IC&RC;
(3) The board receives documentation from the IC&RC member jurisdiction indicating the applicant is duly licensed or certified and entitled to its endorsements;
(4) The applicant provides the board with documentation of their educational experience which shall be consistent with educational requirements for licensure or certification under Chapter 4758. of the Revised Code;