Evaluation scaries - page 6
Hey everyone! I am new to the site and I am in need of some help/advice. Last month I was accused of diverting drugs from a hospital in SC while on a travel assignment. I am guilty. I feel... Read More
Feb 23YAY!!! I wish I was from South Carolina. You diverted meds from work for personal use and got a few classes that cost $500. I got a DUI in another state that had nothing to do with work and got stuck years in a hellish, senseless program. Don't get me wrong I'm glad for you but it really magnifies how totally screwed I feel right now
Feb 23Ohhhh spanked.... I'm still stuck in a 5 year monitoring program. Just no inpatient or intensive outpatient rehab
Feb 23Oh I understand!!!! Honestly I wish you only had the $500 fine and the stupid classes. 5 years is longer than violent criminals get
Feb 23To me, this proves the insanity of the entire thing, and the spurious nature of the "evaluations". To the point of the ludicrous.
I can't imagine how a nurse could possibly divert drugs from work, and be said to only have a "mild disorder."
From my perspective, stealing drugs from work indicates the drugs are ruling your existence. You are willing to sacrifice anything, including your livelihood, for opiates.
I wish the OP well, but it seems to me something is profoundly wrong with this entire industry.