How To Help My Jailed Alcoholic Son?Fri, Nov 4th 2005
I am in need of help for my son. He has no insurance or job, and no way of paying for help. I am in no position to help him. My son was drinking and driving when he had an accident, which killed his brother who was also his best friend. Since then he has started taking drugs, destroying his marriage. I brought him home with me, and while my husband and I was asleep, he stole my credit cards, and my truck. He is now in jail, but he needs help. I am getting help because of my depression, and have not been able to work. Which I am sure has not helped him. Please, please help.
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