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    Man Concerned About His Aunt’s Percocet Abuse

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    Man Concerned About His Aunt’s Percocet Abuse

    Caller: 29-year old man calling on behalf of his aunt

    Problem: Percocet addiction

    Seeking: Long-term drug rehab options

    Reason(s): The man wants to find out what can be done about treating someone who has a Percocet addiction. The nephew is concerned that his aunt is constantly pushing the boundaries of how much she is using and showing no immediate concern for her long-term health and future. He said, “I realize that addiction is a powerful thing, but it is almost like she is completely powerless to stop it altogether. I realize that she needs to want to make a change, but right now nothing is happening, which is very problematic for me.” He said that he believes that his other family members are turning a blind eye or have simply given up, prompting him to be even more frustrated with the situation. The nephew admits that he needs some help himself in sorting out what the best possible option might be. He admitted, “I realize that this is something I am very invested in, I am involved, I know her, and I know that I need to distance myself a little and trust the professionals who are actually capable of informing me with what I need to know. This is why I am actually calling you, because I want you to be able to help me so I can make my decision on what the right course of action might be.” He is looking for some long-term drug rehab options in the next 24 hours.

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