TITLE 89: SOCIAL SERVICES
CHAPTER III: DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER f: GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
PART 412 LICENSURE OF DIRECT CHILD WELFARE SERVICE EMPLOYEES AND SUPERVISORS
SECTION 412.80 REVOCATION AND SUSPENSION OF LICENSE
Section 412.80 Revocation and Suspension of License
a) Upon the Board's final administrative decision to revoke or suspend a license, the licensee shall immediately surrender his or her license to the Department. Upon failure to do so by the licensee, the Department shall provide for deactivation of licensure. A suspension (other than a preliminary suspension) shall be for a specified period of time and shall expire on the date or event stated and the license will be restored with no further action required. The Department shall issue a letter to the licensee and the licensee's known child welfare employer informing them of the final administrative decision and informing the licensee of his or her right to appeal the final administrative decision, including directions on where and when to appeal.
b) Anytime a Child Welfare Employee License is suspended or revoked, and the person whose license was suspended or revoked also holds a license in a child welfare-related field that is monitored by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, OCWEL will notify the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation of the suspension or revocation. Licenses that are considered child welfare-related include the following:
1) Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor;
2) Licensed Professional Counselor;
3) Licensed Temporary Professional Counselor;
4) Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist;
5) Licensed Clinical Psychologist;
6) Licensed Clinical Social Worker;
7) Licensed Social Worker; and
8) Temporary Licensed Social Worker.