American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology



Peer Assistance Helpline
(800) 654-5167


Getting Help

Signs and Behaviors

Intervention

Treatment

Anesthetists in Recovery

National Council State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN)
Alternative to Discipline Programs information

 

 

AANA Peer Assistance Resource Directory

The following resources are available for helping CRNAs and student nurse anesthetists facing substance use disorder (SUD) issues. This assistance is also for the families, friends, coworkers, managers, supervisors, or colleagues seeking information or guidance.

The first step in getting help is to call the AANA Peer Assistance Helpline 800-654-5167 for 24/7 confidential live support and resources.

For additional resources, search by State for:

  • AANA State Peer Advisor (SPA) volunteers*
  • Substance Use Disorder Programs
  • State Boards of Nursing

Select a state from the drop down list below, then click search. 

Virginia

State Peer Advisor

Phillip Noel, CRNA, BS
Woodstock, VA 22664-4019
Phone: 540-325-6873
Email: peerassistance@virginiacrna.org

Physical, Mental Health or Substance Use Disorders

Health Practitioners' Monitoring Program (HPMP)     (A)
700 E. Franklin Street
Suite 1407 Tower
Richmond, VA 23219
Phone: 866-206-4747 (Toll free)
Phone: 804-828-1551
Fax: 804-828-5386
Email: vahpmp@vcuhealth.org
Web site: www.dhp.virginia.gov/hpmp

State Board of Nursing

Virginia Board of Nursing
Jay P. Douglas, MSM, RN, CSAC, FRE Executive Director
9960 Maryland Dr., Ste 300
Perimeter Center
Henrico, VA 23233
Phone: 804-367-4515
Fax: 804-527-4455
Email: nursebd@dhp.virginia.gov
Web site: http://www.dhp.virginia.gov/nursing/

(D) Disciplinary Program 
(State Administration or Recognized)
(A) Diversion 
(Alternative to Disciplinary Program)
(P) Peer Assistance Networking Program
(Non-State Administered/Recognized)

Submit Peer Assistance Resource Directory revisions by email to: peerassistance@aana.com

 

*AANA Peer Assistance support is intended to provide resources and act as an information center for the purpose of providing helpful peer support to CRNAs in need of assistance for SUD. Although the helpline is administered by trained volunteers, it is not a professional treatment or counseling program. No person associated with the helpline, including any AANA staff or volunteers, is authorized to make a medical diagnosis, provide professional therapy, treatment or counseling, or provide legal or other professional advice of any kind. Please consult your personal medical provider or legal counsel for all such services. In addition, with the limited exception of anonymous demographic data, which is maintained for reporting purposes only, all information provided by a person contacting the helpline will be kept confidential to the extent required by applicable laws. However, please note that all AANA staff and volunteers are required to comply fully with all applicable state laws regarding mandated reporting.