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    Man Needs Treatment For Brother-In-Law With Heroin Addiction

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    Man Needs Treatment For Brother-In-Law With Heroin Addiction

    Caller: 36-year old man calling on behalf of brother-in-law

    Problem: Heroin addiction

    Seeking: Long-term inpatient treatment program

    Reason(s): The man is seeking treatment on behalf of his brother-in-law who has struggled with heroin addiction for the better part of five years. According to the man, his wife has told her brother that she would refuse to let him see their newborn son, something that the brother-in-law is extremely upset about. He said, “I have accepted that I have a deadbeat for a brother-in-law, sometimes he comes around and asks my wife for money. He will also ask me for money, saying that because I married his sister, I am somehow responsible for him as well. However, my wife finally decided to lock her brother out of her life, unless he decided to get clean.” He suggests that while he feels it is still an unfair burden on him and his wife, he would agree to seek out the best possible treatment for his brother-in-law. The man said, “I have done some research, not necessarily because I care about him, but because I love my wife. I want to make sure that I get him in somewhere where he will actually succeed. I read that he might need long-term treatment in order to make lasting changes. Whatever it is going to take, I want to know what we can do to best prepare him so he does not relapse.”

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    2 Responses to “Man Needs Treatment For Brother-In-Law With Heroin Addiction”

    1. I live in Washington State …my 28 year old heroin addicted nephew living in North Dallas…son of my deceased sister …has been living with his 69 year old alcoholic, physically impaired father, has not worked in over 3 years .. father exists on Soc.Sec. only ….needs intervention and long term rehab both physically and psychologically … please advise where to turn to get him help …I believe if there was an intervention and an immediate place to go to….would be the turning point to regain his life. I love my nephew and I am one of 2 who care what happens to him. Please help me to help him.

      • I’m sorry to hear about your nephew’s situation. To offer the best possible help would be instead of attempting to list all possible solutions in this thread, call our toll-free number 1-866-645-4760 and one of our counselors would be able to go over each available option in detail and help answer any question you may have regarding he process of helping your nephew. I wish you the best of luck in your pursuit of helping your nephew.

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