If you are concerned about yourself or someone else, do not wait until there is a problem that may threaten their career, license or their life.

When to Refer to PRN—(For a More Comprehensive List of Physical and Behavioral Indicators of Alcohol/Drug and Psychiatric Illness Indicators See Employer Information)

  • You suspect alcohol/drugs and/or psychiatric illness may be involved in a workplace incident
  • Inaccessibility to patients and staff
  • Decreased workload or workload intolerance and performance
  • Frequent trips to the bathroom or other unexplained absences
  • Frequent absences or illness
  • Sporadic punctuality
  • Defensive when questioned or confronted
  • Alcohol on breath with attempts to cover with mints or mouthwash
  • Deadlines not met
  • Questionable practice judgment
  • Unsatisfactory documentation performances
  • Deteriorating personal hygiene
  • Personality and behavior changes
  • Shakiness, tremors of hands, agitation

How To Make a Referral—CLICK HERE.

Please complete as much information as possible and be sure to include your contact information.  Upon completion of the form, send to PRN via fax at (904)-261-3996 or email to


During business hours (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.) PRN staff members are available to accept referral calls from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.

To make a referral call PRN at 1-800-888-8776