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The Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses (TPAPN) encourages nurses to seek help with psychiatric or substance use disorders.

TPAPN was created as a non-punitive, confidential and voluntary alternative to reporting RNs and LVNs to the Texas Board of Nursing.

Read more about TPAPN.




The Extended Evaluation Program of Texas (EEP) is a voluntary monitoring system that can help nurses avoid possible disciplinary action against their nursing licenses by demonstrating to the EEP that they do not have a drug or alcohol problem.

Read more about EEP.

Upcoming TPAPN Educational Opportunites:

TPAPN Employer Workshop/CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System

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