Request an ASHA Ethics Violation History
The Ethics Office is happy to provide letters verifying ASHA ethics violation history. A certified copy printed on ASHA letterhead will be provided, and included in the letter will be:
- name of the certificate holder
- ASHA account number
- area(s) of certification held
- date certification was issued
- details about ethics violation or public sanction history, if any
These letters bear the original signature of the ASHA staff member responsible for issuing the letter, and will be completed and sent (first class mail, fax, or e-mail) within 5–7 business days. There is no charge for this service.
How to Request Violation History
Please complete and submit an online form for each history search you are requesting.
Your Own History
Complete this online form to request a letter detailing your own ethics violation history via normal or rush delivery. All fields are required for the form to be submitted successfully.
Third Party History
Complete this online form to request a letter detailing the public ethics violation history of someone other than you via normal or rush delivery. All fields are required for the form to be submitted successfully.
International requests will be accepted but may require additional costs or time depending on country location. Complete the appropriate form above to request a letter via normal or rush delivery.
A charge of $35, payable by either VISA, MasterCard, or Discover, is assessed for ethics violation history requests that must be received within 5–7 business days. If applicable, contact your state licensure board or other entity to confirm which method of delivery (mail, fax, or e-mail) is acceptable.
Rush requests received after noon (Eastern time) will not be processed until the next business day. Upon receipt of your successful online form submission, a credit card payment form will be e-mailed to you for completion and return. Please note that rush requests will not be processed until payment has been received.
Please contact [email protected] with questions on requesting an ethics violation history, or to discuss fees for international and multiple rush requests.