Where can families go for information on Substance Abuse treatment options?
It can be a difficult process to locate an appropriate treatment option for a loved one. For specific local resources to help with Substance Abuse issues please contact Access To Law Foundation. We have also included a list of websites that offer information.
- The Partnership at Drugfree.org (drugfree.org) is an organization that provides information and resources on teen drug use and addiction for parents, to help them prevent and intervene in their children’s drug use or find treatment for a child who needs it. They offer a toll-free helpline for parents (1-855-378-4373).
- The American Society of Addiction Medicine (asam.org) is a society of physicians aimed at increasing access to addiction treatment. Their Web site has a nationwide directory of addiction medicine professionals.
- The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (niaaa.nih.gov) provides information on alcohol, alcohol use, and treatment of alcohol-related problems (niaaa.nih.gov/search/node/treatment).
How do I find out more about the services of Access To Law Foundation?
In addition to the large amount of information on this web site, you may also call the Access To Law Foundation. You may also stop by the office and ask for information.
When should I seek legal advice?
Whenever you are unsure about your legal standing on an issue. Especially any time you have been served with a summons, complaint or court order of any kind, you should consult an attorney immediately. If you have questions about your legal rights or status, only an attorney can provide legal advice. Consulting an attorney may be necessary to protect or enforce your rights.
What are the eligibility requirements for Access To Law Foundation Services?
Generally, service is limited to individuals whose income is at or below 125% of the Georgia poverty level, or to groups whose members meet that income guideline. Eligibility requirements also include a consideration of assets, case type, and priorities.