does anyone know of rehab that is either free or has a scholarship typr of program or one that accepts payments. My son wrote a letter and advised if he did not get help for his addiction to Percocets he would be dead by the time he is 22 which is in a few months. Every place i have called has free 3 day programs but he admits he needs a more exstensive program suck as 3-6 months. He said also on the inside he is severly depressed and has suicidal thoughts which he claims he would never go through with because of the love of his family.View Thread
We are in OHIO-yes all my family is supportive but the men in my family are older and my brother who is ex military is very judgemental he loves him but he doesnt understand. I do stay and touch and call him daily. I am trying to get him an appt for counseling he said he needs that and i am glad he admits it. The rehab for the Percocet is what i really want. Thanks for your help.View Thread
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