Thrive Center for Wellness offers a specialized group session, known as the Caduceus, for professionals who have completed treatment and require aftercare that can last from 2-5 years. Thrive Center for Wellness also provides urine toxicology screening for those professionals who require it. Often, these professionals have contracts through the Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation. Professionals include doctors, lawyers, LPNs, RNs, pharmacists, police officers, and other professionals who could benefit from a closed group setting. Group members need to complete an initial assessment before joining Caduceus.
Did you know that nurses may avoid discipline against their licenses by self-reporting impairment? Illinois law allows nurses to participate in care, counseling, and treatment for impairment if certain requirements are met, including if the licensee self-reports his/her impairment and/or certain adverse actions within sixty (6 days of the incident. For more information, please review the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation FAQS. You can complete the Nursing Self-Report Form online or call (312) 814-6910 to self-report.