What is the Impaired Professional Program ("IPP")?
The IPP is a confidential program for the monitoring of licensees who are chemically dependent, or who have psychiatric, psychological, or behavioral health disorders that may be impacting their ability to safely practice behavioral health.
Who is eligible to participate in the IPP?
The Board shall consider the following factors in determining a licensee’s eligibility for the IPP:
Additionally, the Board may consider the following factors in determining a licensee’s eligibility for the IPP:
Is the IPP confidential?
A licensee’s participation in the IPP remains confidential as long as they remain compliant with the SCRA established with the Board.
What are the costs involved with the IPP?
The Board does not assess a fee for participation in the program, however a licensee is responsible for costs associated with rehabilitative services and monitoring.
How do I find out more about the IPP or request to be considered for participation?
Contact the Board at (602) 542-1882.
To view sections of the Board's statutes pertaining to the IPP, click here.