Established in 1988, the Kansas Nurse Assistance Program works with healthcare professionals across the state of Kansas to provide monitoring services to ensure public safety and rehabilitation of the struggling nurse.  The monitoring consists of participation in random drug screens, adherence to any treatment recommendations or programs, communication with employers and supervisors of the fellow nurse, and submitting documentation of any mood-altering medications prescribed.  For more information, please reach out to one of the individuals below.

Duane Olberding, LSCSW, LCAC
KNAP Executive Director

Elizabeth Anderson, BSW, MSW
KNAP Program Manager

Lindsey Grainger
Administrative Assistant