Confidential Help For You.
Lawyers, judges, and law students experience alcohol abuse, drug dependency, and mental health problems at higher rates than those who work in other professions. When these problems impair your work and strain your relationships, the responsible thing to do is get help.
Alcoholism/drug addiction is a progressive but treatable illness. Large numbers of Connecticut legal professionals have confronted the problem and turned their lives around. There is also help for behavioral health problems including stress, depression, compulsive behaviors, problem gambling, or disorders that require medical support.
LCL-CT can refer you to professionals for treatment or arrange peer support from one of our many volunteers another member of the legal community who has experienced a similar problem and confronted it successfully.