PAIN IS A NON-PROFIT IN NEED

Parents And Addicts In Need was created in 2009. Many services are provided in the area.

PAIN IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION IN NEED

PAIN, or Parents And Addicts In Need, is a non-profit organization located in Fresno, California. It is a non-profit organization that specializes in rehabilitation services and support for substance users and their families.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused financial damage to many businesses in the United  States in 2020. The negative economic effects have been intolerable in some cases. Some businesses have had to close their doors. Many non-profit organizations depend on contributions from area businesses to be able to help others in need.

The above video was created by Mr. Flindt Anderson, who began this organization in 2009.

PARENTS AND ADDICTS IN NEED

PAIN was founded in 2009 in Fresno, California. Their unique program focuses on family support services, while effectively navigating an individual’s the road to sobriety with proper and personalized help. They provide family consulting, as well.

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No one needs suffer alone. PAIN is there to help those in need.

PAIN facilitates support groups and reach out to area communities through speaking at schools, community service groups and town hall meetings.

Through extensive community partnerships and resources, they help drug and/or alcohol users get the resources needed to begin and maintain their rehabilitation process.

DON’T HIDE THE SCARS

It can be difficult to know whether or not someone close to you is abusing drugs or alcohol. This is particularly true when school or work can take them out of one’s daily life. If those close (family and/or loved ones) are concerned that a child may be suffering from addiction or alcoholism, consider the major indicators discussed here as a warning sign. And, then learn what one can do about it.

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Don’t Hide the Scars is one of slogans used in speaking engagements to the public, in schools, and other locations in the area.

Nearly everyone who becomes addicted to drugs or alcohol gives off some to several signs of this addiction. However, all of these signs can be boiled down to three major areas: physical changes, emotional changes, and social changes. Of course, some signs of substance abuse and addiction vary depending on the type of substance being used.

PAIN has broken down the signs of abuse and withdrawal symptoms below for each of the major drug types. Of course, providing such a service to all those in need is costly. Therefore, anyone reading here who may be able to help us continue helping those in need may make contact to PAIN, directly.

HISTORY SINCE THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK

Since 2009, Parents and Addicts In Need (PAIN) has helped thousands of California residents find help for those and their families who are struggling with substance abuse. COVID-19 and the Shelter In Place mandates create a very unique and potentially devastating obstacle for those who are in substance recovery.

Two of the biggest “triggers” for substance abuse relapse are boredom, and isolation.  We provide weekly family support services, interventions, counseling sessions, and information and guidance for those on the long journey to substance abuse recovery.

As a 501(c)(3) organization, they rely upon grants, endowments, fundraisers and most of all individual contributions from people to help fund the work they do. With everyone sheltered in place, the need for services has  increased, but the ability to financially support the work done by holding fundraisers is now nonexistent.

PAIN appreciates any help anyone may provide.

HOW TO CONTRIBUTE TO PAIN

There are a number of ways to contribute to PAIN. GoFundMe is one way. If one wishes to mail a check, please do so by sending it to: PAIN / 83 E. Shaw Avenue, Suite 202, Fresno, CA, 93710. Vehicle donations are also accepted. Please contact via telephone at: 559-579-1551. Or, one may email at: [email protected] Office hours are from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.

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Since 2009, Parents And Addicts In Need has provided a myriad of services to help many to succeed on the road to recovery from alcohol and drugs.

If one or someone one loves is in need, please make contact to the information provided above. Thank you all for taking the time to help this organization. Also, as mentioned, if help is requested, prompt service is provided. Please visit this website: https://www.gotpainusa.org.


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PELOSI DAYS NUMBERED DUE TO ALCOHOL?

Nancy Pelosi in this photo during an interview.

Nancy Pelosi’s Days Now Numbered as Alcohol and Drug Addiction Takes its Toll

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Nancy Pelosi in this photo during an interview.

A few days ago, President Trump walked out on Democrats who were at the White House for a meeting on infrastructure. Supposedly, he did so because he says he refuses to work with them until they stop their probes. However, given the fact that Nancy Pelosi was extremely drunk during a press conference only minutes later, the president more than likely stormed out of the meeting because she was drunk.

It would have been almost impossible for Pelosi to get as obliterated as she was at the press conference in the short amount of time between it, and the White House meeting. Thus, she had to be drunk when the president took a walk. Which is probably why he got angry and left abruptly in the first place. The president has no sympathy for drunks or drug addicts and never touches either, since losing his brother Fred Jr. to alcoholism in 1981.

Pelosi and History in Congress

Pelosi has a long history of being drunk, high, or both during public speeches, slurring words, having long periods of silence where she blankly stares into space, forgetting names, stuttering, etc. During her last press conference, she would have not been able to answer anyone who may have simply asked her what her own name was.

Pelosi is mentally deteriorating at a rapid pace from years of drug and alcohol addiction, as well as age related afflictions such as dementia and possibly Alzheimer’s disease. It seems she is getting worse by the day and her time in office is clearly coming to a close.

Soon, both Democrats and Republicans will be calling for her to step down citing her inability to do her job and the embarrassment to Congress she has become. Clearly, Pelosi needs to enter rehab for her addiction and get the help she desperately needs. There is no place in Congress for someone who is mentally obliterated 24/7 and can’t handle her own personal responsibilities and problems, much less be expected to sanely conduct herself and make decisions as a lawmaker. She has become a poster woman for term limits.

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Always obliterated.

Written By: Tony R. Elliott


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