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    Heroin is a highly potent and addictive substance, narcotic or drug, that overpowers the mental ability of a person, and thus its addiction is hard to overcome easily or in a short time. Since Heroin is a strong opioid, individuals get easily addicted to this banned substance, and thus coming out of one such addiction is real difficult, unless one enrolls in a drug rehab clinic which offers a comprehensive treatment. The incredible fact is people tie their arm while shooting heroin and thus left marks on their arm andthose marks are noticeable. There is no proven medicine to recover from heroin. I guess there is no clinically proven or lab tested medicine to recover from Heroin addiction which is into to the production line, as it is a therapy or a holistic drug rehab program, that help come out of a Heroin addiction. Addiction Rehab Centers can be the optimal choice for you if you are in Indiana. You can get complete access to high-quality treatment programs that will help you to achieve lasting sobriety.
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    My name is Mrs. Shelle Frelo, I am founder of a women's and youth ministry entitled Just For Us Ministries. My online Women’s Community can be found at j4us.com.

    I am emailing you asking for guidance with content for a section of my website entitled “The Overcomer”and “The injured Child”. “The Overcomer”and “The injured Child”will offer its readers information, resources, tips, aids, and content for women and children who want to get out of; have survived; or are coping with a loved one in the sex trade, human trafficking, sexual abuse, physical, emotional\mental abuse, etc. I am reaching out to organizations to see if you know of someone or can give guidance on where we can find writers for this section.

    I hope God will encourage your spirit to either be a part of helping these hurting women through the submission of content or that you can offer guidance to us for this section.

    To give you a better idea of what the ministry is about and what the online community is about please visit us at https://justforusministries.com ; our online women’s community is https://www.j4us.com .

    You can learn more about becoming a Channel Host, Contributing Writer, or Guest Writer at: https://j4us.com/about-us/servewithus/

    Most of your questions can be answered at the above link, however if you still have questions please feel free to contact me at j4us@j4us.com .

    I am still developing the site and plan to be fully functional by December 2019 if its God’s Will. I will upload and make active each section as it is complete. These are the sections that I have completed thus far:

    https://j4us.com/prayer/
    https://j4us.com/askasisteradvicecolumn/
    https://j4us.com/spiritualwarefare/

    These sections are a part of the j4us.com channel “Just For Her Victory” this channel is not fully active yet as I have 3 more sections to add. Once I have designed and added the graphics and content to the final 3 sections this channel will be fully functional and made available for the public. There are 15 channels in total.

    May God Bless you and keep you.


    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Shelle Frelo
    Founder
    Just For Us Ministries
    http://www.j4us.com
    j4us@j4us.com

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    • #3
      My name is Mrs. Shelle Frelo, I am founder of a women's and youth ministry entitled Just For Us Ministries. My online Women’s Community can be found at j4us.com.

      I am emailing you asking for guidance with content for a section of my website entitled “The Overcomer”and “The injured Child”. “The Overcomer”and “The injured Child”will offer its readers information, resources, tips, aids, and content for women and children who want to get out of; have survived; or are coping with a loved one in the addictions, sex trade, human trafficking, sexual abuse, physical, emotional\mental abuse, etc. I am reaching out to organizations to see if you know of someone or can give guidance on where we can find writers for this section.

      I hope God will encourage your spirit to either be a part of helping these hurting women through the submission of content or that you can offer guidance to us for this section.

      To give you a better idea of what the ministry is about and what the online community is about please visit us at https://justforusministries.com ; our online women’s community is https://www.j4us.com .

      You can learn more about becoming a Channel Host, Contributing Writer, or Guest Writer at: https://j4us.com/about-us/servewithus/

      Most of your questions can be answered at the above link, however if you still have questions please feel free to contact me at j4us@j4us.com .

      I am still developing the site and plan to be fully functional by December 2019 if its God’s Will. I will upload and make active each section as it is complete. These are the sections that I have completed thus far:

      https://j4us.com/prayer/
      https://j4us.com/askasisteradvicecolumn/
      https://j4us.com/spiritualwarefare/

      These sections are a part of the j4us.com channel “Just For Her Victory” this channel is not fully active yet as I have 3 more sections to add. Once I have designed and added the graphics and content to the final 3 sections this channel will be fully functional and made available for the public. There are 15 channels in total.

      May God Bless you and keep you.


      Sincerely,

      Mrs. Shelle Frelo
      Founder
      Just For Us Ministries
      http://www.j4us.com
      j4us@j4us.com

      Comment

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