My daughter called last nite at 2:45 am and was crying. She wasn't loaded, she was at work and was having a panic attach and/or going through withdrawal. She just wanted me to stay on the phone with her. She was sitting in the breakroom, she works at a club which gets really packed with people, the last place she needs to work because she has anxiety/panic disorder. Anyway, she just kept saying "Mom I can't do this". I know I need to get help. She said she would go to rehab today if she had someone to take care of her cats. I told her she shouldn't worry about the cats she should worry about herself. Now I want to find someplace to get her in while she is willing to go. Yet she has all these court dates pending. I have thought of maybe trying to set up appointments with the judeges to see if they can be postponed if she will go in to a 90 day program. I have no clue where she can go, she has no insurance but maybe we coudl find something somewhere. Should I help her? She's crying out I feel and I just can't turn my back on her now.
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