The mission of NOAP is to promote public safety through participation of healthcare professionals in monitored rehabilitation and recovery as an alternative to license discipline; emphasizing fitness to practice and retention of competent professionals.


NOAP Committees

NOAP Committee members are typically appointed at or near the conclusion of the Annual Conference. If you are interested in becoming more involved in a NOAP committee, please contact us.


The Research/Ethics Committee consists of five members and is open to all active monitoring program NOAP members (case manager level and above). The Research Committee will also be limited to one person from each monitoring program.

Time commitment is expected to consist of monthly one hour committee meetings plus as needed data collection and analysis.


The Conference Committee consists of up to 6 individuals, including a member of the Board of Directors who shall serve as a liaison. The committee is responsible for topic and speaker selections and development of the overall conference schedule.

Time commitment is expected to consist of monthly one hour committee meetings plus offline work as needed.


Officially referred to as the Public Relations/Membership/Education Committee, it is responsible for recruiting and retaining members through strategic development and direct contact with prospects and current members.

Bylaws, Resolutions and Nominations

The committee manages the process for Board nomination. They conduct periodic reviews of the Bylaws for update/edit, and manage the call for, and distribution of resolutions as outlined in the NOAP Bylaws.


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