Support For Judges
We understand that judges and other public officials have special stressors and unique privacy concerns that may contribute to feelings of isolation and anxiety. They may be reluctant to seek assistance for fear it will reflect adversely on their image or their ability to continue to function in highly public matters. LCL -CT has helped judges, just as it has served other members of the legal community. The same anonymity that serves other people in the legal community serves judges as well.
LCL -CT can help. A private, confidential call to our office may open a dialogue to positive change and relief. Judges may also call the national helpline sponsored by the American Bar Association. This helpline also provides access to a peer-to-peer support network for Judges. The number is: 1-800-219-6474.
What support does LCL-CT offer to judges?
LCL-CT offers free and confidential support to all Connecticut judges. Contact is strictly confidential.
Is there a confidential helpline for judges?
The ABA maintains a confidential helpline for judges in the United States and Canada. The helpline is available weekdays from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Central Standard Time. The number is 1-800-219-6474.
Are there print resources for judges?
- See Judges Helping Judges: A downloadable PDF at this link: https://www.americanbar.org/products/ecd/ebk/217451/