The Other Bar, Oregon is an anonymous fellowship of recovered lawyers, judges and law students who operate in the form of a non-profit corporation to provide confidential assistance to members of the legal community who suffer from alcoholism and/or drug addiction.
These recovered lawyers pass on the support they received while recovering from alcoholism and/or addiction and practicing law and facing the consequences of their addiction conduct including disciplinary proceedings, SLAC monitoring and last chance employment agreements.
Many recovered lawyers have come back from seemingly hopeless situations to continue practicing law and to preserve or regain what is most important to them in their lives.
The Mission of The Other Bar is to perpetuate the unity and fellowship of recovered lawyers, judges and law students and to facilitate the sharing of 12 Step recovery through Lawyers Helping Lawyers Groups.
The Other Bar, Oregon is not affiliated with the Oregon State Bar, the PLF or the Oregon Attorney Assistance Program.
There are Lawyers Helping Lawyers groups and Lawyers Assistance Programs in most States and Provinces of Canada.
You can call 503-221-1425 to be put in contact with recovered lawyers who attend 12 Step meetings throughout Oregon, including the Portland Metropolitan Area, Salem, Albany, Eugene, Medford, Bend, The Dalles, Hood River, St. Helens, Astoria, McMinnville, and Vancouver, Washington.
The Other Bar Oregon connects with recovered lawyers from across the United States through the International Lawyers Of Alcoholics Anonymous.
See Events for listings of gatherings of and events put on by Lawyers Helping Lawyers groups in the Western United States and Canada. The Other Bar Oregon is connected with communities of recovered health care and other professionals.
Please see events for listings of gatherings and events put on by other professionals helping professionals groups in Oregon.
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|If you are or if you know a lawyer, judge or law student who needs help with alcoholism and/or addiction, you or they can contact any of the members of the Board Of Directors, Advisory Board or Officers of The Other Bar, Oregon listed below. They have given up their anonymity to be of service.|