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My mommy needs to go to rehab

My mommy needs to go to rehab

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Alcoholism affects people beyond just the alcoholic. Friends, family and other people that a person suffering the effects of alcoholism interacts with on a regular basis are all likely to experience problems related to the condition.

My mommy has been an alcoholic for several years and it has been a daunting experience for the family. With constant mood swings, endless arguments and financial implications, the list of how this DISEASE has negatively affected me and my family could go on for days. She has missed milestones in my life because she was not sober enough to partake in the moment. I am an only child and my mother means the world to me! 

Alcohol is one of the most dangerous drugs to be addicted to, even more dangerous than cocaine and the withdrawal can be fatal if not treated medically. (I have only recently discovered this myself). 

My mommy has now finally admitted that she needs help! I am ecstatic! She needs to urgently be admitted into a treatment facility as she has already started the withdrawal process. I am financially not able to fund this on my own. She is unemployed and my father is a pensioner. I need to raise enough money to put her through the rehabilitation program and any medical costs that may come along it. 

Please assist me to raise enough funds to keep my mommy alive and sober!

 

Donations

  • Mar 04, 2019 - R 203.00
  • "Speedy recovery" - Marlena

  • Feb 25, 2019 - R 1 010.00
  • "Godspeed" - Leroy

  • Feb 25, 2019 - R 1 000.00
  • "." - Robyn

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Donations to date

R 2 213.00

Fundraising target

R 40 000.00
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My mommy has been an alcoholic for several years and it has been a daunting experience for the family.  My mommy has now finally admitted that she needs help! I am ecstatic! She needs to urgently be admitted into a treatment facility as she has already started the withdrawal process. I am financially not able to fund this on my own.