N.H. Code Admin. R. Alc 412.01 - Inactive Status

Current through Register Vol. 42, No. 14, April 7, 2022

(a) Inactive status may be obtained by a licensee or certificate holder who:
(1) Holds a current license or certificate with the board;
(2) Has no disciplinary action or pending disciplinary action;
(3) No longer engages in substance use counseling in New Hampshire;
(4) Completes and submits the "Request for Inactive Status" form, effective January 2017; and
(5) Pays the fee designated in Alc 415.01 biennially.
(b) A licensee or certificate holder granted inactive status shall renew or reinstate their inactive license on or before the biennial date his or her license would otherwise lapse.
(c) Licensees or certificate holders wishing to maintain inactive status shall complete and submit the "Renewal of Inactive Status" form, dated January 2017, and pay the required fee designated in Alc 413.01.
(d) Licensees or certificate holders in any reserve component of the armed forces of the United States or the National Guard called to active duty, may request inactive license status. Such licensees or certificate holders shall not be required to pay the fee outlined in Alc 415.01.
(e) Licensees or certificate holders wishing to reactivate his or her inactive license or certificate shall:
(1) Complete and submit the "Reactivation Application" form, dated January 2017, as supplied by the board;
(2) Submit documentation of compliance with his or her continuing education requirements within 2 years prior to the date of the application; and
(3) Pay the fee specified by Alc 415.01.


N.H. Code Admin. R. Alc 412.01
Derived From Volume XXXVIII Number 28, Filed July 12, 2018, Proposed by #12548, Effective 7/1/2018, Expires 7/1/2028.

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