How Can U Help a Friend Beat a Cocain Habit Besides Rehab?

Question by Oceana: How can U help a friend beat a cocain Habit besides Rehab?

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Answer by James R
If your friend doesn’t want to stop then theres no need to try and help. Here is a start for him if he really wants help. Go to this is narcotics anonymous Membership there is no fees to join. the only requirement is the desire to stop using drugs. type in your city and state, and down load the meeting schedule, there will be one in your area. They will help you out. I know I attend.
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