I have been dealing with a case where I wasn't allowed to drink. I have been doing well for the most part and had one hiccup. I have not been drinking every since but two weeks ago a test came back for etg. I'm not sure how high the levels were but I know for I fact I've been abstaining. I'm scared I will lose my only daughter to my vicious baby dad. I need help. Any advice and I can give more details if needed.
Unfortunately your post has been misclassified as medical malpractice. I will switch it to Family Law.
Step up your "Recovery Program ", because it's not working ....
Talk to your Family Law attorney or search the internet for a seasoned alcohol counselor and/or Family Law attorney in your local area.
You are not clear about the type of case you are involved in. If you are in a DCF case, you need to follow the plan and do everything you are told in order to keep your child. Cooperation is the key. It might be wise to invest in counsel if you are going it alone. Likewise, if you are in a pretrial diversion program for substance abuse, you should be discussing this with your counsel. It is pretty simple. You are likely to end up losing a lot if you continue down the road of substance abuse. You have to decide what you want more.
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