Humbly asking for help for my kids

My name is Jessica Noelle and I am a recovering alcoholic and addict. I am fresh out of rehab and I have been dealing with my employer who wrongfully terminated me. I normally wouldn't share such personal information publicly but it's not for me it's for my babies. So,  I am humbly asking for help and putting the humiliation aside for my kids. I'm sure you might be reading this and thinking, "she put herself in the situation, " which is understandable. But let me share a little more; when I was 15, I fell into a sewer like drain with a steel square cover that caught me by my ribs. That is when we learned that I had polycystic kidney disease (a significant amount of cysts on and in my kidneys) and cysts on my spleen, ovaries and liver. When I was 21, working an office position full time, I was having excruciating pain and learned that some of the cysts on my kidneys were bursting. I was prescribed vicodin for 4 months. When I was 22 I found out I was pregnant with my daughter. It was a rough pregnancy and I was having chronic pain in my back. After my daughter was born, I was prescribed percocet for the next 5 years. I was tapered off when I learned I was pregnant with my son. When I was 8  months pregnant my husband and I were in a car accident that flipped our suv three times. I was already having bad back pain before and after the accident my hip was popping out and I was in so much pain. In the hospital after the accident I was prescribed dilauded. When my son was born, the extreme fear that he was affected by the meds was unbearable. After so many people praying for us, my son was OK. Today he's an amazing little man, thriving, learning, loving and hilarious.    After, all of that, I was being weaned off the pain meds and referred to a suboxone doctor. For the next two years, I was put on the suboxone maintenance program and I was feeling great and like I was normal again. I got an amazing job as an alarm technician and I was the only female in the company as a service tech. I had worked so hard and was able to get my kids out of my parents house and into our own place again, finally!  I became desperate to get off of the suboxone, though and it was proving to be much more difficult than I was told and I expected. I began  tapering myself to the very least I could take without feeling like garbage and was able to continue working. I began drinking vodka hard core to alleviate the extreme discomfort from the suboxone withdrawal. After successfully getting myself off of suboxone, I had also succeeded to get myself dependent on alcohol. My logic was...  at least I'm off all narcotics. I finally surrendered and reached out for help.  I went to a few detox programs and failed to follow through with sobriety. Finally I was accepted into a 28 day program that changed my life and faith. Although I feel great physically and mentally, the fear of losing our home is becoming unbearable.  With no income coming in for a couple months,  bills are piling up and the school year is so so close. I'm asking for help to save our home and I understand if you don't support this or can't afford it prayers would be appreciated instead. My kids are now 8 & 4 and they have already been through so much after everything that has affected them throughout my active addiction and recovery and I'm desperate, again, and I but this time it's for my kid to not have to go through another huge change to acclimate to especially during the beginning of the school year. I understand if you want to help but can't wait, if so, please pray for us. We would appreciate the extra prayers, and I believe that we will end up where we are meant to be. 

With much love, 
Jessica Noelle the first

Donations

  • Tracey Ridgell 
    • $50 
    • 43 mos
  • Alicia C Bickhardt 
    • $50 
    • 43 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • $1,200 
    • 43 mos
  • Melissa Coyle 
    • $150 
    • 43 mos
  • Rhoda Scott 
    • $50 
    • 43 mos
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Jessica Scott 
Organizer
North Wales, PA
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