My 41 yo daughter is a bar manager and usually drives home drunk. I am concerned for her welfare and for the welfare of others on the road. I want to call in a wellness check on her for when she is leaving her work. I realize she will most likely be arrested . I want her to go into alchohol rehab. She is not functioning well and has been in a depression for over 20 years and refuses to seek help. She has a 19 yo son and a 9yo daughter who live in the house with me.
You would contact law enforcement and tell them the situation. Usually, they would need to know that you are aware she is unwell or driving drunk, etc. (not that it is usual). An intervention of some kind may have less potentially negative impact than an alcohol related arrest and conviction on her life and the lives of her children.
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