CARING FOR CONNECTICUT’S LEGAL COMMUNITY

HELP IS HERE

Many people, lawyers included, encounter difficulties involving alcohol and drug use, depression, stress and anxiety. People will often delay getting help due to the sensitive nature of their personal problems, believing they can manage their problems alone. Lawyers, in particular, as accomplished and self-reliant professionals, often wait until they are in crisis to seek help.

Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers works on a person-to-person basis with the legal community. Our services are free and completely confidential, and can help you keep your standards of practice high both in your professional and your personal life.

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Mental Health

Substance Use

Gambling

Diversity & Inclusion

Aging

Lawyers Concerned For Lawyers (LCL-CT)

Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers – Connecticut, Inc. (“LCL-CT”) is a Connecticut non-profit corporation created under IRS Section 501(c)(3) and pursuant to C.G.S. § 51-81d. LCL-CT provides support and referral services to the Connecticut legal community. We are lawyer funded, lawyer supported, and committed to helping members of the Connecticut legal community overcome mental health and substance use problems.

Meetings

Learn more about the various groups we have to offer!

Advocates Connection Group For Attorneys

Bi-weekly on Monday

6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Women's Support Group For Attorneys

Zoom only!

Every Tuesday 7:30 PM

Wednesday 12-Step Meeting for Attorneys

Hybrid Meeting

Social hour:  5:15 PM to 6:15 PM
Meeting: 6:15 PM – 7:30 PM
Zoom Opens at 6:00 PM

 

New Haven 12 Step Meeting

Live only!

Starting Monday, Nov. 21, 2022
Contact dave@lclct.org for details.

For more information regarding our groups, please email dave@lclct.org or call (860) 563-4900 for details.

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Tips On Wellness

Pervasive, long-lasting feelings of apathy, anxiety, sadness, hopelessness, low self-worth or detachment may indicate your body’s response to an unacceptably high level of stress or, more seriously, depression or bipolar disorder. If you are suffering from any of these symptoms or feel anxious, removed, or overtaxed on a regular basis, help is here.