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L. Stanley Haywood

L. Stanley Haywood Recovery Fund
The Board of Pharmacy and NCPHP established the L. Stanley Haywood Recovery Fund in April 2018. It provides financial support to qualifying pharmacists and pharmacy personnel in need of substance use assessment, treatment, and monitoring services. Stan Haywood served for thirteen years as a member of the Board of Pharmacy. Stan well understood the public health toll of untreated substance use disorders. He championed proactive efforts to lessen this toll, including his spearheading the Fund’s creation. The Fund’s mission to make substance use treatment services more accessible is a fitting, and enduring, legacy for Stan, who lived his life as a servant leader at the local, state, and national levels.


To assist NCPHP in carrying out our mission of “Assessing and improving the health of North Carolina medical professionals,” please donate to L. Stanley Haywood Recovery Fund now.

Thank you for your support!

L. Stanley Haywood Recovery Fund


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NCPHP Funding

NCPHP is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization.  Our program funding is derived from a range of sources, including:


  • Licensure Boards including the North Carolina Medical Board, the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board, and the North Carolina Board of Pharmacy
  • Annual contribution from the North Carolina Medical Society 
  • North Carolina hospitals and their medical staffs
  • Monitoring fees paid by program participants
  • Donations from individuals.



Financial information about NCPHP and a copy of our license are available from the State Solicitation Licensing Section at (888) 830-4989. The license is not an endorsement by the State of North Carolina.