If you are struggling with substance use disorder, there is confidential help available. You are not alone. When you are proactive and voluntarily self-report your situation, higher levels of confidentiality can be offered, which leads to little or no effect on your licensing status and career path.
During voluntary admission, you will be able to remain active in your health care profession while being monitored, as long as you remain compliant in the program. Early intervention is key, and when an impaired provider voluntarily enters into this program, not only do you benefit, but your patients do as well.
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How It Works
With voluntary admission, you must sign a contract consenting to your participation in the recovery program. This is then followed by work site support, random drug testing, and an active role in continuing care. The indicators of successfully completing the program require both accountability and transparency between you and IPRP. It is our job to help you achieve wellness while also ensuring public safety. This is achieved through documented treatment and participation, established measures of performance, and by incorporating evidence-based and individualized monitoring programs.