All services are confidential
Services for Health Professionals with substance abuse/addiction,
mental health, behavioral health, physical health problems that interfere
with professional performance.
- Self (voluntary) referral: Any health care practitioner
can contact MTP directly and obtain information about MTP, or can be
referred informally by another party. At the time of the initial phone
call the MTP Clinical Staff will discuss issues of concern, discuss
how MTP can assist you, make immediate necessary referrals, and then
mail you an information and enrollment packet. An appointment will be
set up for an assessment. The assessment will determine what services
will best provide help and a treatment plan will be established for
- Board (Mandatory) referral: Health care practitioners
can be required by their respective licensing agency to have an assessment
by MTP in order to continue practicing or obtain a license, or to participate
in MTP according the treatment plan established by MTP. As a board referral
MTP provides assessment information to the respective board (with a
signed release of information from you) and provides you with referrals
and/or recommendations for your assistance.
- Employer (Mandatory) referral: Health care practitioners
can be required by their employer to be assessed by MTP in order to
continue employment, or to participate in MTP according to the treatment
plan established by MTP. As an employer referral MTP provides assessment
information to the respective employer (with a signed release of information
from you) and provides you with referrals and/or recommendations for
ASSESSMENT: At the assessment meeting with MTP clinical
staff a complete assessment will be done to identify the problem and develop
a plan to deal with the problem, which might include being referred to
a treatment program for intensive treatment of the diagnosis, or being
referred to other providers for further evaluation.
REFFERALS: MTP Clinical Staff will make referrals to
appropriate resources that best reflect the assistance necessary to deal
with the diagnosis. This might include, but not limited to: formal treatment;
group counseling; individual therapy; 12 step self help; medical and/or
psychiatric; behavioral support, work-place assistance and/or coaching;
random urine drug screen testing and other services.
TREATMENT PLAN: MTP Clinical Staff will develop a treatment
plan with you.
MONITORING: The treatment plan will be evaluated on
a periodic basis to assure the components of the treatment plan best meet
your needs and that you are being compliant with the program components.
REPORTING: MTP provides reporting to various agencies
as requested by an individual participating in MTP, or as required by
a licensing agency or employer. Reporting provides the agency with information
on your participation in your continuing care treatment.