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    Father Calling To Discuss Daughters Methamphetamine Addiction After Her Husband Threatens To Take Her Children Away And File For Divorce

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    Father Calling To Discuss Daughters Methamphetamine Addiction After Her Husband Threatens To Take Her Children Away And File For Divorce

    Caller: Father calling for his 27-year-old daughter

    Problem: About to lose her kids because of methamphetamine addiction

    Seeking: Inpatient rehab with holistic detox program

    Reason(s): The father is calling on behalf of his daughter who is struggling with methamphetamine addiction. Both the father and his daughter are worried that the daughter’s husband is going to take the two children (aged 3 and 5) away if she does not make steps to living a sober life. The woman’s father is desperate for information because he has seen the transition of his daughter’s drug use – she started by snorting, transitioned to smoking, and is currently using methamphetamine intravenously. According to the father, at this point the husband and the wife have been living apart for several weeks. Both parties admit that the strain on their marriage is mostly because of the drug addiction. Financial problems have resulted because of the addiction to methamphetamine and the caller admits that he himself has caved in before and given some money due to his daughter breaking down before him. According to the husband, it has gotten to the point where she would pawn off some of their belongings to pay for more drugs. According to the caller, the husband has made it very clear that he is still considering filing for divorce but it appears that the threat of taking the children with him may have been what caused her to be open to rehab. Because of long-term use and the odds of relapse, a combination of inpatient rehabilitation and holistic detoxification is recommended.

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    1. I wish the best for this family and hope that she can get the help she needs to have a bright future with her husband and children.

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