I REALLY need help!

by Sabrina

I really need help, I have a drinking and drug problem which is getting worse.

I feel suicidal as well I can’t take no more!

Joe Herzanek has contacted you

by: Debbie Wicker

Hello Sabrina,

Joe Herzanek has emailed you, please call him and talk to him. He is an experienced drug and alcohol counselor and will give you ideas on where you can go to get help right away.

Please respond to Joe.

Good luck and God Bless you,


You Are Loved

by: Ned Wicker

Dear Sabrina,

There is great hope for you, because you know you have a problem and you want help. There are several directions we can take.

You don’t want to go through this alone. You can get help from Alcoholics Anonymous, which is a good choice because they are people who struggle just like you and they understand. You can use the internet to find a meeting by going to http://www.aa.org/lang/en/meeting_finder.cfm?origpage=29 and they can help.

If you have family, let them know and encourage them to seek help from Al-Anon and you can find a meeting my going to their site. Al-Anon may be listed in the white pages of your local telephone directory.

Cities with local information services are listed on our Web site. Many of those listed post meeting information on their Web sites. For meeting information in Canada, the US, and Puerto Rico you can call 1-888-4AL-ANON (1-888-425-2666) Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 6:00pm ET.

You can go to a local Emergency Room when you’re feeling suicidal and they will help you through. They have resources to assist. You should probably get a physical examination just to make sure there isn’t anything else going on.

Lastly, you were created in the image of God and that makes you valuable. People who read and believe the Bible know that Jesus Christ loves them and died on the cross for them. Even people who do not believe are people Jesus loves and died for. Regardless of your religious beliefs, God wants to help and is right there with you.

You can get through this and you will. AA and Al-Anon are there to provide emotional support and give you solid information. The medical community can do its part as well, to help you through any withdrawal symptoms and emotional issues.

Most importantly, God loves you and cherishes you. Let that happen, accept His love and invest in your relationship with Him. You will be astonished at what happens.

I REALLY need help

by: Lynette


Hi Sabrina-
First of all let me say YOU ARE NOT ALONE.

If you feel suicidal I truly believe you should go to your local emergency room. After going through the emergency room some hospitals have a Drug and Alcohol Detox. Unit to help you get off the substances. Or, you could call a Suicide Help Line which should be in the front of your phone book.

I totally agree with Ned’s comments, also.

I am a recovering alcoholic and I have not drank for 25 years. The first step I took was to go to my regular medical doctor and he helped me tremendously to get more help.

I will be praying for you and write back any time-Lynette

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