The reason I tell you this is because it was my brother who decided when and where to make peace with me. I had to wait until he was ready. While he was keeping me away from his life, I wrote to him, left messages and let him know I was there for him, sent him money, prayed for him. But I couldn't make him change...he had to want to do it. Thank God, he did. And we had five years to celebrate his recovery and successes before he died.
All good suggestions. Except for the money part. Alcohol is a drug. Alcoholism is just another word for addiction. Sending money to a practicing addict is as good as pouring gasoline on a fire. It is often a fine line that one must walk between helping an addict and enabling them.
I agree with the intervention suggestion. From the limited information that you have shared, they sound like candidates for an addition recovery program as that which can be offered through a treatment center.
Unfortunately, she may not do anything about her health until she has started to deal with her addiction. ... and that is not easy. Addiction is one of the few diseases that convinces you that it's ok to wipe your crap covered work boots all over the love of others as though it was a worn out door mat. Recovery from addiction is possible but it starts with complete abstinance from all drugs. Only then does an addict have the opportunity to come to the realization that there's a different and better way to live.