Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program (SARP) for Nurses

If you are a nurse with a substance use disorder, SARP is an alternative to discipline rehabilitation program that monitors your ongoing recovery so you can return to safe nursing practice.

SARP is a 5 year voluntary, abstinence-based program. It is designed to protect public health, safety, and welfare by establishing adequate safeguards to maintain professional standards of nursing by monitoring participants' ongoing recovery and their return to safe nursing practice.

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