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The above meetings are for the legal profession and are closed to the public.
About Our Meeting for Lawyers/Judges:
These meetings are open only to lawyers/judges in recovery - they are
open to the public
. Most recovering lawyers/judges find active participation in a 12-step program important in staying clean and sober. Although our meetings are based upon the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, they welcome lawyers/judges who are struggling with any substance or behavioral addiction.
Furthermore, these meetings are intended to provide an
anonymous and confidential environment
where recovering lawyers/judges can work together on their common problems. Subsequently, and in order to protect the anonymity of those attending these meetings we require that you contact us. We will answer any questions and verify that the meeting will be a good fit for you. We will then provide you with the meeting location, day and time. Please contact us today. There is no need to suffer alone. [For more information, contact Carol Waldhauser via phone (302) 777-0124 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org]
Parents' Support Group Meeting
Westminster Presbyterian Church - In the Daughtry House (Next to the church parking lot)
1502 West 13
Wilmington, DE 19806
For Judges Only
The American Bar Association's Judicial Assistance Committee is proud to announce that after months of planning there is a new tool for providing help for Judges in distress.
Unfortunately, Judges face the same challenges to their physical, mental and emotional health, as do other members of society. Its unique position in society renders help for such challenges critically important but difficult.
Now, Judges who need assistance because substance abuse and/or dependence, depression, family problems, etc. have the option of calling the
ABA's CONFIDENTIAL National Helpline For Judges: 1-800-219-6474.
Don't Suffer Silently. We Do Together
What Need Not Be Done Alone!
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