(1) The alternative monitoring track of the NAP is open to:
(a) any licensee who identifies a substance use disorder or mental illness or chronic physical illness and requests admission to the NAP and meets the admission criteria of ARM 24.159.2021; or
(b) those licensees referred by the board.
(2) With the exception of criminal charges and convictions, licensees may be reported by employers directly to the NAP in lieu of a formal complaint to the board. Failure to enroll with the NAP will result in a formal complaint to the board by the NAP. Failure to comply with the assistance program may result in a formal complaint to the board by the assistance program.
(3) When a complaint is filed against a licensee who has been successfully discharged from nondisciplinary NAP, the licensee's prior participation in NAP may be revealed to the board.