I have started this campaign for a young woman I know, named Maddison. She is a beautiful woman who has lost her way in life and has fallen hard into drug addiction. I can't afford to pay for her rehab myself. She has told me all the things she wants to do in life and right now she can't do any of them. She wants to be a mother to her child which her grand parents have custody of. She wants to go to school and study psychology. I can't sit by any longer and watch her suffer. Seeing her shoot up every few hours because she can no longer function without it has become unbearable.
Maddison is one bad night away from dying. She has resorted to prostitution to fund her needs. She has too kind of a soul to work in such a profession. Between that and the drugs she will end up dead or in jail.
She has clinically "died" before. She also suffers from seizures. Her diet is terrible, she barely sleeps, and also uses cocaine, Xanax, and anything else she gets her hands on. I don't want to watch her die.
Anyone who can get her inpatient rehab treatment for 30 days or longer should get in touch with me, she really needs 60 or 90 days. She has no money and $1,000's of medical bills already from ambulances and other hospital stays. She has a shoulder which dislocates constantly, she's pregnant with a crack baby she cant afford to abort, and a myriad of other minor health problems.
30 days of inpatient rehab can run up to $6000. She probably needs 60 or 90 days. Any extra money she collects is going to pay her medical bills and to give her a chance when she's clean. She may need a counselor afterwards. I know she needs a car and a place to stay. All donations are going towards making "Maddie."
What I do know about Maddie is that she was abused as a teenager and she ended up getting pregnant. She has a young daughter which is being raised by her grandparents. At some point after she become addicted to heroin and has struggled with it, on and off for years. The escorting and prostitution came later to fund her habit. It's hard to tell how serious she is about rehab. It's hard to know how much you can trust an addict. She seems serious at times, desperate even.... But the need for money and more drugs overwhelms her and she relapses into her addiction. I believe I could get her to go if we can raise all the money for her.