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Refer to the SARP Handbook for full and detailed information.
According to Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 112, section 80F, SARP is a voluntary alternative to disciplinary program for nurses with substance use disorders.
SARP is a 5 year program.
The CASP is a legally-binding document that outlines your participation in SARP.
Contract requirements include, but are not limited to:
Participation in SARP is strictly confidential.
Upon successful completion of the SARP program, we expect that you will:
As outlined in the Code of Massachusetts Regulations 244 CMR 9.03 (26), a nurse who holds a valid license and who directly observes another nurse engaged in any of the following shall report that nurse to the Board in accordance with Board guidelines:
Learn more about nursing mandatory abuse reporting.