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Lawyer well-being resources

ABA Commission on Lawyers Assistance Programs - Download a list of mental health resources   for the legal profession during COVID-19
Substance use resources:
Suicide prevention lifeline - Free, confidential 24/7 support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for oneself and others: 1-800-273-TALK

Missouri Lawyers' Assistance Program:
It’s natural to feel stress, anxiety, grief & worry before, during & after a disaster such as a pandemic. 
The 
Missouri Lawyers' Assistance Program  is here to help you take care of your emotional health through free and confidential counseling. Call 24/7 to get help now:

(800) 688-7859

MOLAP resources and videos to aid with lawyer well-being and stress reduction. 

Practice management resources

Free Programs:
Member Benefits:
Legaler offers free video conference plan for 12 months to solo practitioners and firms with less than 10 lawyers
Resources from The Missouri Bar:

Economic resources

Economic impact payments:
IRS - Economic impact payments: What you need to know
Families First Coronavirus Response Act:
Practicing law in an uncertain economy:
Retirement funds:

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Government and health care resources

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has opened a statewide public hotline for anyone who has questions about the coronavirus, or COVID-19. It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can reach the hotline at 877-435-8411. 

Law student resources

During these unprecedented times amid COVID-19, the Missouri Bar YLS is dedicated to help young lawyers and law students navigate through this. Below is a list of resources available to help you. 
MOLAP:
As always, the Missouri Lawyers' Assistance Program  is FREE for law students and young lawyers and is here to help you take care of your emotional health through confidential counseling. Call 24/7 to get help now: (800) 688-7859

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