South Carolina Recovering Professional Program

One out of every 10 healthcare professionals experiences a problem with drugs or alcohol over the course of his or her career. Fortunately, chemical dependency is treatable.

With help from RPP to take the appropriate measures, South Carolina healthcare professionals can regain their lives and return to safe practice.

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Success Stories

RPP made me a better person… When I look back now over these years, it’s amazing how I have changed. I am truly a different and better person than I ever was before.

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Pam, South Carolina Nurse

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Today, I am healthy and happier than I could have ever imagined 7 years ago!

Thank you RPP for all that you are doing.  There is always hope!


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Steven, South Carolina Veterinarian


“Every day I dreamed of having my license reinstated and returning to my career… This led me back to RPP in 2009.

It changed my life.”


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Ashley, South Carolina Nurse


We doctors are considered “safety sensitive workers”… and as such, are high value assets to our community, who can do a great deal of harm if we’re not at our best.


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Roy, South Carolina Medical

Making Recovery A Reality

RPP is a confidential referral and monitoring program designed for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dentists and podiatrists in South Carolina who are experiencing problems related to alcohol and/or other drug abuse or dependence, or from a dual diagnosis of addiction and mental illness. The program ensures that impaired professionals receive the help they need at the earliest point possible. RPP is committed to assisting the health professional to return to safe practice -- a decision that benefits the individual, the profession and society at large -- by ensuring that the professional complies with an established treatment protocol and appropriate continuing care. RPP emphasizes confidentiality, education and opportunity, while treating the professional with compassion, dignity and respect throughout the process of recovery. Read More