RxRecovery.org

Providing Hope for Recovering Healthcare Professionals and Their Patients

PROVIDEEducation

Seeking interest in the formation of a nonprofit organization for Medical Professionals in Recovery.


Please click the

MAKE A DIFFERENCE

link for more information or to express and interest.

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Our Mission

Early stages of the formation of the nonprofit organization.  Interested in recovering healthcare professionals, hospitals, clinics, practices and patients who have interest in helping improve the well-being of recovering medical professionals and those they serve.

RxRecovery.org is a vocal advocate for the recovering healthcare professional and those they serve with the mission of providing education, promoting recovery and overcoming discrimination.

Help improve quality of care and increase the likelihood of restoring confidence in formerly "Impaired" healthcare professionals.

SEEKING MOTIVATED VOLUNTEERS

 Many assume that physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals are immune to the addictions and mental illness that strike the general population.  But we are at least as likely to be afflicted:    

     15%  Alchohol or Substance Use Disorder

     20%  Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder or other

                                                severe mental illness.


Find your inner power by helping others

Meet Our Team

Lance Demaline

Executive Director

  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Massage Therapists
  • Social Workers

Hope in Action

Seeking Cofounder

To be annouced.

Mark E Blair, MD

Psychiatrist &

Cofounder

  • Educational Seminars for Hospitals and Training Programs.
  • Annual gala to raise funds
  • Political action in Washington, D.C.
  • Linking Those Actively Committed to Recovery to "Recovery-Friendly" Employers.

OVERCOMED  DISCRIMINATION

PROMOTE RECOVERY