Need help!

by Kimberly

My husband is a prescription drug addict on & off for 6 yrs. He is the sole provider. I don't have a vehicle, no way to get a job or no other means to take care of myself. I don't have any family who to help me. Our kids are grown so I can't get any state aid.

Is there anyway I can get someone to help me? My number is 843-XXX-XXXX. Best time to call is 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Please help me.

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Catholic Charities/ St. Vincent DePaul
by: Debbie Wicker

Dear Kimberly,

I recommend that you try to find support in your local area. I suggest that you call Catholic Charities / St. Vincent de Paul in your area.

They have people that will come to your house and assess your situation and help you to find the resources you need to move forward and to get help.

There is likely more help available than you're aware of and reaching out for it right away is an excellent first step to help yourself and ultimately to help your husband to end his addiction.

Debbie

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