Usual Requirements of Monitoring Agreement
- The usual monitoring time frame is a range of 36 to 60 months
- Remain free of alcohol or drugs for the duration of the monitoring agreement
- Randomized toxicology screening
- Obtain verifications of prescriptions as requested by TNPAP case managers
- Submission of reports required by the monitoring agreement
- Attendance at facilitated support group meetings
- Attendance at 12-step meetings
- Controlled Substance Restriction (if applicable)
- Participation in counseling/therapy if recommended
- Obtain a same-sex sponsor
- Participants are responsible for all costs associated with monitoring
- Daily check-ins holidays and weekends are not excluded
- Randomized toxicology screening may include but is not limited to the following: urine, blood, hair or nail
**Whenever a discharge occurs for any reason, except successful completion, TNPAP may notify the Tennessee Department of Health, Division of Health Related Boards, Office of Investigations of the discharge.
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Welcome to the TNPAP Medication guide which is used to assist you for a safe and sustained recovery. This document was developed by Janet Hicks, D.P.h. the Director of Professional Programs at Cornerstone of Recovery in Louisville, TN and uses the same drug classification system developed nearly 20 years ago by Dr. Paul Earley at The Talbott Recovery Campus in Atlanta, GA.
This guide is only intended as a quick reference and never as a substitute for the advice of your own personal physician. It is essential that you inform all of your health care providers, including dentists and your pharmacist, of your chemical dependency history so that medications can be prescribed safely and appropriately when they are deemed necessary. Never discontinue or make any sudden changes in the doses of medications without consulting the prescriber to avoid any adverse actions including withdrawal, which could be life-threatening.