If you are a nurse who is struggling, you are not alone! In fact, the American Journal of Nursing estimates that 3-6 percent of nurses are currently engaged in active drug or alcohol use and addiction. Being impaired can feel isolating, overwhelming and hopeless, but there is hope.
→ Take your life back. Contact IPRP today.
(IPRP is formerly known as ISNAP - Indiana State Nurses Association
- Allows you to continue working as a nurse in the field you love
- Provides you the support and encouragement you need to recover
- Equips you with the skills to help you return to work and remain abstinent from substance and drug use
- Keeps your treatment process completely confidential (as long as you complete the program)
A chance for recovery
By completing an alternative to discipline program such as IPRP (formerly ISNAP), we are offering you the chance to seek help and remain working as a healthcare professional. Left unaddressed, not only will your substance use affect your professional job and ruin your chances of future employment, but it will also affect your family and loved ones. We know that no one wants to be addicted to substances. We also know how hard it can be to go through this alone. We want to be a resource and support system for you as you begin your journey to wellness. We are here to equip you with the knowledge and skills you need in order to recover, successfully complete your program, and return to work as the caring professional that you set out to be.
If practicing impaired, you are a danger to your patients, your co-workers, the public, and yourself. We do not want to see this danger play out in reality, for each and every party involved. Our mission is to protect the safety of patients and promote competent patient care with excellent healthcare professionals like you, through proper rehabilitation, monitoring and sustained recovery.
We care about your personal wellness. You can overcome your addiction. We are here to help.
Take Your Life Back
Learn more about the benefit of voluntary admission and how it can help save your career and protect your confidentiality.
If you are ready to take the first step in overcoming your addiction and to begin taking your life back, please contact us today. Remember, your phone call is completely confidential.