Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Program Renew Your License Registration - Renew By Mail


House Bill (HB) 3145, relating to the licensing and regulation of chemical dependency counselors in Texas, was enacted by the 82nd Texas Legislature and signed by Governor Rick Perry on June 17, 2011. One of the measures of this bill was the addition of a surcharge of $10 to be added to the license renewal fee. This surcharge will be used to fund an approved peer assistance program for LCDCs and counselor interns. The peer assistance program will be designed to identify, assist, and monitor participating LCDCs and counselor interns whose ability to perform a professional service is impaired or likely to be impaired by abuse of or dependency on drugs or alcohol, so that the individuals may return to safe practice. The revenue will provide funding for the day-to-day operation of the peer assistance program. Information about the approval of a peer assistance program can be found in the licensure rules.

A renewal form is mailed to each licensee two months before the renewal is due. If you are unsure of the expiration date of your license, you did not receive a notice, or you failed to renew as required, please contact our office. A late fee applies to all renewals postmarked after the due date listed on the renewal form. If you fail to renew within one year of expiration, you may not renew your license.

If you misplace your renewal form, you may print a renewal form from the "Applications/Forms Page" on this site.

Please remember that if you do not keep your address information up to date with our office, your renewal notice may not reach you!


Last updated June 11, 2014