Texas P.R.N.

Information updated as of 10/2017:

Editor’s Note: At this time I do not have any Pharmacists as possible contacts for Pharmacists seeking
                       recovery to network with. If you would be interest, let me know. Thanks, Charlie Broussard

Model: State Pharmacy Associations, Health Care Association (private or non profit), Board of Pharmacy)

Eligible for Pharmacists, Students and others       

        Professional Recovery Network
            3200 Steck Ave,  Suite 370 Austin, TX, 78757

 Phone #:  Helpline - 1-800-727-5152
 Senior Case Manager: Emily Abel, LCSW: 512-615-9180 at eabel@texaspharmacy.org 

 Director: Brittany Lash, LPC: 512-615-9176 at chulbert@texaspharmacy.org

Other Staff: http://www.txprn.com/?page_id=5

    Phone: (800) 727-5152, Fax: (512) 836-0308
     Website: 
 www.texaspharmacy.org or www.txprn.com

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Pharmacy Program: Pharmacist part of the Texas PRN is under the auspices of and is housed at the Texas Pharmacy
Association. It is a 501 [c] (6) (Tax Exempt) organization. Texas PRN has a 20 member, non-paid, advisory committee composed of pharmacist and dental professionals, concerned with the topics of recovery in their professional field. There is a Chair and Vice-Chair. We have 4 full time paid positions 
(Director, Senior Case Manager, and 2 Case Managers). There is also a Peer Support Committee for each profession, which is a subset of the advisory committee. The Committee hears concerns voiced by participants and concerns about participants. Pharmacist Peer Assistance was created by statutory changes in 1985 and includes pharmacists and pharmacy students. PRN currently operates under a written contract with the State Board. Texas PRN carries general liability insurance and utilizes credentialed Social Work professionals with experience in the field of substance abuse. The typical recovery support agreement (contract) is for 5 years.

Texas PRN receives the majority of its funding to provide their contracted services, from license renewal fees 
(Pharmacist and Dentist). The remainder of PRN's budget needs are met through the fees charged to participants.
Currently the monitoring fee is $600/year. In addition to the Board grant and client fees, PRN charges for 
workshops, and occasionally receives donations, and sponsorships from individuals as well as pharmaceutical 
companies and TPA funding.

Active clients for both programs include: Pharmacists, Student Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, 
Veterinarians, Optometrist, Dentists, Dental Students, Hygienists, Hygienist Students, & Dental Assistants