My grandson, who lives with us, is addicted to opiates; an every day user. Working only gives him more money for drugs. He is twenty-five years old and has been on and off drugs for eight years.
He has hit a new low lately, losing his girlfriend and the rest of his family wanting the drug addict out of our lives.
He has no money, but manages to get drugs. He doesn't have insurance and is unable to apply for any government help. His behavior effects my wife, his sister who also lives with us and me. We don't want to kick him out on the street, and don't know what to do to help him.
Is there someone we can speak with who can guide us? I think he is ready for a program but does not know where to turn?
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