Michigan Health Professional Recovery Program

Telephone: (800) 453-3784
Fax: (248) 519-0373
PO Box 842
TroyMI 48099-0842
United States


  • Carolyn Batchelor, LMSW, Director
  • Alex Kulik, MA, Case Manager
  • Alyssa Atkins, Administrative Compliance Officer
  • Chenae Able, MSW, Case Manager
  • Danielle Miller, MSCP, Intake Manager
  • Elissa Jajou, LMSW, Program Administrator/Intake Manager
  • Emily Sayre, MS, Intake Manager
  • Hannah Leavy, LMSW, Program Coordinator/Intake Manager
  • Jodie Kelly, LLMSW, Case Manager
  • Jordon Miller, LLMSW, Case Manager
  • Josie Holmes, LPC, Supervisor of Operations
  • Kaitlyn Vance (Formerly Leger), LPC, Senior Intake Manager/Case Manager
  • Kolton Smith, MS, Senior Case Manager
  • Lindsey Bowles, LMSW, Senior Intake Manager
  • Mamie Cornell, MSW, Case Manager
  • Mary Corbeill, LMSW, Senior Case Manager/Intake Manager
  • Megan Todd, LPC, Program Coordinator/Senior Case Manager
  • Patricia Alfaro, LMSW, Senior Case Manager
  • Rebecca Taube, LMSW, Program Coordinator/Senior Case Manager
  • Sarah Petero, LLMSW, Case Manager
  • Tamyko Young, MSW, Intake Manager

Program Structure

This program is operated by:

  • Other: HPRP is administered by a private-sector contractor under the direction of the Health Professional Recovery Program Committee (a multi-disciplinary committee) and the Bureau of Health Care Services in the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA). 

Does this program have a formal contractual relationship with the state medical board?

  • Other: The State of Michigan's Health Professional Recovery Program (HPRP) was established in 1994 by legislation. This program is administered through a contract with the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs/Bureau of Health Care Services and is supported by various health professional licensing boards and the associations and societies of the health professionals in the state. The HPRP supports the recovery of participants so they may safely return to practice and protect the safety of the general public. 

Program Services

Types of disease, illness, or conditions monitored:

  • Substance Use
  • Mental health
  • Behavioral health problems
  • Sexual misconduct and /or boundary violations

Populations served:

  • Physicians – M.D.
  • Physicians – D.O.
  • Families of physicians
  • Medical students
  • Dentists
  • Residents
  • Psychologists
  • Podiatrists
  • Nurses
  • Physician assistants
  • Pharmacists
  • Veterinarians
  • Other


Primary sources of funding for this program:

  • State licensing agency

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