Do you know of any charities that specifically help nurses with substance abuse? I'm stuck.
A friend of my boyfriend passed away this year due to her addiction. She was a nurse, and her addictions started because of an accident she had on the job.
I wanted to donate to a charity that assists nurses with substance abuse, but I haven't been able to find any that do that specifically. Do you happen to know of any? So far The Nurses Aid in the U.K. was the closest I got. The ANA/ANF was too broad.
Let me know if you can help!
And Happy Holidays!
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