Lifeskills South Florida has been fortunate to work with Paul Gallant of Primary Recovery Services for several years. As a licensed professional counselor and board-certified interventionist, Paul has a strong background in providing services that utilize an individual approach to treatment for mental health and substance use disorders.
Over the past few weeks Alan Levine, co-founder of Addiction Recovery Legal Services, LLC. has given us in-depth information regarding the Florida Marchman Act. In our final part of the Lifeskills South Florida video series, Alan discusses the criteria used in the Marchman Act. The threshold for an individual begins when someone is impaired by
In the third part of the Lifeskills South Florida video series Alan Levine, co-founder of Addiction Recovery Legal Services, LLC explains how the Florida Marchman Act helps families.The Marchman Act works in two phases, with the first being assessment and stabilization, and the second being services petition.
Alan Levine, co-founder of Addiction Recovery Legal Services, LLC has helped a lot of people and saved many lives through his involvement in over 2,000 Marchman Act cases. The Marchman Act is a legislative act specific to Florida that provides confidential, a court ordered, assessment, stabilization, and treatment for individuals struggling with substance abuse. Addiction
Our Partnership Lifeskills South Florida has been fortunate to work with Alan Levine, co-founder of Addiction Recovery Legal Services, LLC, on many complex Marchman Act cases. Since 1990, he has been a member in good standing of The Florida Bar and the United States District Court, Southern District of Florida.
As part of the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) did their part to help reduce the opioid crisis. The DEA joined with more than 4,200 local and tribal law enforcement partners to dispose of over 912,305 pounds of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs at 5,300 collection
The Hal. S. Marchman Alcohol and other Drug Service Act of 1993, often simply called the “Marchman Act,” is a legislative act that provides intervention, detention, and assistance for individuals struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. The Marchman Act forces an individual located in Florida into addiction treatment. A court order for treatment is issued following a petition