Member Assistance Committee
The mission of the Member Assistance Committee is to promote the health and well being of bar members by providing policy and program recommendations to the Board of Governors regarding assistance to members facing personal and/or professional challenges.
To learn more about the work of the Member Assistance Committee, review their Wrap-Up Report for the past Committee Year by clicking here.
Member Assistance Program
The Arizona Lawyer Assistance Program offers help to attorneys, law students, and judges who experience biological, psychological, or social challenges that result from stress, substance abuse, mental health problems, or age-related issues which may affect their ability to practice in a competent and professional manner.
Services from the Member Assistance Program of the State Bar of Arizona vary with an individual's needs or a particular case. Services can range from providing information to referral to programs or community services. Assistance is available 24 hours per day and up to 3 free counseling sessions can be scheduled.
Additional information about member assistance programs is available here.
For more information contact:
Member Assistance Program - 602.340.7332