A Prayer Request – Help Wanted

 help wanted

First, I want to thank all of you who have been praying for my friend as she transitions into treatment.  On the whole, the day went very well.  God is good – all the time.

She did face one “wrinkle” in the process.  While she has been approved for inpatient admission, insurance coverage is pending.  She should know something in the next day or two.  If insurance does not provide coverage for inpatient care, she may need to enroll in a day treatment program and seek separate housing arrangements.

There are many excellent day treatment programs in our area, but finding temporary housing might prove difficult.  We are praying to find a married couple or single woman who understand the addictive personality and are willing to temporarily house and encourage someone early in their recovery.  We would consider various locations in Central Indiana and can offer reasonable compensation for someone who has the time, space, and commitment to accept such a challenge.

I believe this woman is serious about seeking treatment.  She is a very caring and compassionate person who simply has some significant issues to address.

If you or someone you know might be able to respond to this need, you can reach me by e-mail:  johnprine1982@gmail.com .

(image above “help wanted”  Emma Smith in stuff that made me laugh for some reason)

5 thoughts on “A Prayer Request – Help Wanted

  1. Does your state have no funding for those who cannot pay? The wait may be longer, but…? I am speaking from experience. Now I am not…is central Indiana anywhere near Indianapolis?

    • There may be funding for some non-profit treatment centers, but the ones we’re aware of in our area have poor reputations, as “places to go to get drugs, not get off drugs.”

      The wait is something of an issue. Various life circumstances contribute to make now the prime time for treatment.

      Yes, Indianapolis is in central Indiana and we are looking at options there (among other places).

      Thanks for your concern and thoughtful questions.

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