5 Months Pregnant, Opioid Addiction Relapse – Need 17.18





raised of a $1,250.00 goal


We alert you this Friday of a very serious and somewhat urgent need. We are working to support one of our local partners as they attempt to stabilize a very sad situation. The mother and her husband have been in recovery from opioid addiction. The father works two jobs. He is a welder by day and a server at a local chain restaurant at night. He has remained sober for some time. However, his wife and the mother of their soon-to-be-born daughter, has relapsed. She did not want to tell the husband and began shoplifting to feed her addiction.

She was caught and arrested for shoplifting a few days ago. The father and husband bailed her out and turned to our local partner to get help and recovery services. Our partner is working directly with this young couple and have begun the recovery treatment.

The issue is that the husband spent all of his money that he earns at his two jobs to bail her out and get her into a recovery program. We want this baby girl, Savannah, to be born healthy and we want this mother to recover from her addiction. They are currently at risk of not having a home to stay in as of Monday because he has no money to pay the rent.

We would like to help them with one month's rent and some food for the month while he recovers financially and she begins treatment for her addiction.


One Month Rent = $1,000

One Month Food = $250

Total Need = $1,250

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If you have any questions please email Rodney McClure at rodney@oneneed.org

In Christ,

Rodney McClure

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