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LaylaR

LaylaR

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  1. LaylaR

    Leaving HPRP-Work Suggestions?

    Direct—good luck to you too. And, I wholeheartedly believe HPRP is all about the money. I have been told that at one point it was a good, honest process that really helped those that needed it. For me, it took away a career I just started.
  2. LaylaR

    Leaving HPRP-Work Suggestions?

    Thanks! This is what I hoped. I’m thinking they can take my nursing license away but they can’t prevent me from doing other healthcare-related jobs. And I guess if, somehow, they could...I’ll get a job as a secretary or something completely different.
  3. LaylaR

    Leaving HPRP-Work Suggestions?

    Chapman was the firm I called. They gave me the free consult but in the end were the ones who said Once HPRP has their claws in you, there’s no getting out. I asked about that class action law suit, but the attorney really didn’t say much, and upon trying to research it I haven’t found anything past 2018 (I think). So ya gotta wonder how that’s going. I know I’ll be reported to LARA. I simply can’t afford this “program”.... the drug testing alone for last month was $496, plus all the therapists’ fees.... And nothing is worth the humiliation and demoralizing feeling of peeing in a cup like a criminal when your only crime is to drink wine a few times a week.
  4. LaylaR

    Leaving HPRP-Work Suggestions?

    I’ve been in HPRP for 7 weeks and have decided to quit this so-called non-disciplinary (per HPRP), free-of-charge (per LARA website...of course that doesn’t include all the testing fees and therapists’ fees) “program”. I got into it completely by mistake: in trying to find a therapist to help me thru many stressors in my life, I called the HPRP phone number, admitted I drank 4-5 times a week, and got sucked into the system. I’d never heard of HPRP before. I contacted a lawyer before signing the monitoring agreement, but he basically said to me, “Once HPRP has their claws in you, you can’t get out.” My life has been horrible since “joining”/being a “participant” in this “program”....stressed, angry and depressed over the cost, time, and feeling demoralized. I don’t need this, and it’s not worth it to me to retain my license. So, I’m getting out of HPRP. I’m a new nurse but I’m older, and I know my license will be suspended. So my question is...Does anyone know or have suggestions on what kind of work I will be able to do? Will I be able to be a caregiver or a nursing assistant? Thanks for your replies.