Addiction & Mental Health Treatment Assistance

 

Is your addition catching up with you? Have you ever applied for a job and struggled over questions such as:

  • Have you ever been arrested, charged with a crime, or convicted?
  • Have you ever been addicted to or abused alcohol or drugs of any type?

If so, we're here to help. The addiction treatment specialists at The Fleming Law Group will help you find alcohol, drug, or other substance abuse/addiction treatment and rehabilitation, along with treatment for co-occurring or dual diagnosis mental disorders.

Our criminal defense attorneys also regularly represent adults and teens with DUI and drug charges who have histories of substance abuse, including alcohol and drug addiction. Some of these individuals also have co-occurring mental disorders (dual diagnosis). We recognize that such clients need mentoring and particular assistance in maneuvering through a complex legal system.

If you've been arrested and charged with a crime such as DUI, drug possession, or drug trafficking, admission to a residential or outpatient addiction treatment program may reduce your jail sentence or probation. Finding the right type of treatment facility for your specific needs, however, can be just as overwhelming and difficult as navigating the legal system.

At The Fleming Law Group, our criminal defense attorneys and staff go the extra mile for our clients with substance abuse and mental health problems by helping them find and get into a proper treatment or rehabilitation facility.

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