Indiana State Nurses Assistance Program
Protecting the Public While Saving Careers
Call For Assistance - (317) 295-9862 or
(800) 638-6623

Goal & Mission

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ISNAP is directed by the Indiana State Board of Nursing to protect the public.

The Indiana State Nurses Association operated an all-volunteer Peer Review and Assistance Program for Registered Nurses from 1985-95. In 1993 the Indiana General Assembly passed a bill requiring the program.

Mission:
To protect lives and save careers by monitoring, advocating, and assisting in the rehabilitation of nurses with substance use disorders.

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