Hello, i have a situation. I am currently on differed probation and just left Safp on April 1st. i got accepted in the after program outpatient rehab (4c) which means i didn't have to go to the halfway house.. but the requirements are extreme and alot of classes are involved as well as with the probation rules. Drug test, reentry court, aa meetings, etc. So i followed through correctly the first week with all the probation requirements and had got set up at intake for the (4c) program. I had mistaken the first class date for the one on on councilor we have once a week.. its was a little slip up not to mention i had to see my family doctor and get back on my medication that is vital for me to have to focus and function correctly. When i called the 4c program on the day i was headed there for the first class “so i thought “ the lady told me that i got discharged.. meaning i go straight back to prison. So i explained about my mental disability and how i saw my doctor ( notes to prove it and prescription) they said they would take me back in and just to talk to my po first so i can get started. So i called her 10 times left long detail messages, She never answer or called back. And i s
You need to get in front of the judge as soon as possible. The State is about to file a Motion to Revoke your probation. If you appear in front of her before that happens, you will have a better chance of convincing her to let you start your aftercare over. You need to all of your documentation of doctors visits as well as proof of your mental health diagnoses. If you are not already, it sounds like you need to be on a dual diagnosis caseload. This will make sure that they are addressing your mental health issues in addition to your addiction issues.
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