Recovering drug addict

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Recovering drug addict

Postby Betty » Wed Feb 21, 2018 10:09 am

Found you on the web, not sure if you can help. Have been supporting my son, who is a recovering alcoholic/drug addict. Sadly he is only a high school graduate, with a little college. He is doing better than he has in the last 15 years. Problem is he cannot find employment is experienced in telemarketing/customer service, and the former drug addiction huts him in applications. He had an accident in high school where he cut his arm and the nerves in his right hand don't work well which makes it hard for physical work. I would appreciate any suggestions thank you very much, his mom
PS Massillon, Ohio would be best as that would save gas money because he lives in that town.
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Re: Recovering drug addict

Postby Elephant » Sun Mar 11, 2018 10:17 pm

Hello, I live in St Augustine FL and I need help paying rent due to losing my job due to being on drugs.
I have been actively looking for work and I have used up all my finances.
I am several months behind in my rent.
Please help locate a program that can assist me in my rent.

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Re: Recovering drug addict

Postby Nikki P » Fri Oct 05, 2018 11:43 am

Hello, My husband and I are trying to get back on our feet after being homeless for two plus years. We are also in recovery from drug addiction and taking each day at a time surrounding ourselves with supportive family, friends, and our church and recovery groups. It's been a daily struggle but we both have strong faith and God has seen us through. Also my father who was from Georgia passed away over a year ago and we are still waiting for his estate to settle.
We've been staying at the Travelodge hotel in Edmonds WA. But right before New Year’s my husband had to go out of town. He has an elderly family member who is very ill. He left me enough money to pay for our hotel room but just for about a week.
Our hotel room is paid through the middle of this week. So I'm asking if you would consider helping me paying for my hotel room through the end of this week. It is bitterly cold outside and my husband and I have spent many a night outside in the freezing cold. I wouldn't wish that on anyone. So please contact me ASAP and let me know if you can help. You may contact me either by phone or email. Thank you and God bless you.

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Re: Recovering drug addict

Postby Admin » Sat Mar 16, 2019 11:10 pm

The Salvation Army often has programs for recovering drug addicts. They often have low cost (or free) substance abuse workshops, shelters, guidance, and more. They are a faith based charity but do not discriminate based on religion. Find more on Salvation Army in Washington.


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