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SARP participation begins on the date that you sign your Consent Agreement for SARP Participation (CASP).
Yes. You can enroll in SARP without a complaint. SARP accepts self-referrals.
Nurses who meet all SARP monitoring requirements may return to supervised practice in 1 year.
Yes. You must have any nursing position approved by a SARP Coordinator prior to accepting a nursing position.
Costs may vary. If not covered by health insurance, participants must pay for all toxicology screens and therapy sessions.
Yes, you can travel only with a SARP Coordinator's prior approval.
Please notify your SARP Coordinator immediately.
Your treatment provider may prescribe medication to treat a particular illness. You must have all medications approved by a Medical Review Officer (MRO) and a SARP Coordinator.
Yes. Your Massachusetts nursing license will remain in good standing, but will be identified with non-disciplinary restrictions or conditions throughout your SARP participation.
Upon successful completion of SARP, your license will remain in good standing with no restrictions.