As an attorney licensed by the State Bar, you can receive a free professional mental health assessment and an opportunity to participate in the Lawyer Assistance Program without making a long-term commitment.
When you call, you will speak to someone who can discuss your problem and find out what services you need. If you need to speak with a counselor, you will be referred to one right away. Remember, all communications are strictly confidential.
The Monitored Lawyer Assistance Program is for attorneys who want to satisfy a specific monitoring or verification requirement imposed by an employer, the Office of Chief Trial Counsel, State Bar Court, Committee of Bar Examiners or another entity.
The program offers long-term structure and the support of a professional case manager. Attorneys may refer themselves to this program or may be referred as the result of an investigation or disciplinary proceeding. It is also available to attorneys seeking help independently and want the additional structure and support that this part of the program provides. There is a fee for group participation and lab testing, if required.
The Support Lawyer Assistance Program is for attorneys who are interested in participating in a weekly group meeting with other lawyers and would like the support of a qualified mental health professional. It was designed for attorneys who do not require monitoring or verification of participation. There is a fee for group participation.
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Lawyer Assistance Program