He is a recovering alcoholic and lives with that on a daily basis.
But for several years, Glasscock has attempted to help spread the word through 12-step programs in order to help others overcome their addictions.
Now, he is planning on bringing his program back to Clay County.
For close to a year, Glasscock had a program through the Clay County Justice Center helping people with addictions.
In recent years, Glasscock and his wife, Sandy, led a program at their church in Ellettsville. They took the program to Owen County and will be bringing it to Clay County in July.
"We've had awesome success," Glasscock said.
The program, "God Help Me Stop," is a 12-step Christian program which, according to Glasscock, may enable others to combat "alcoholism, drug addition, compulsive overeating, smoking, child/elder or spousal abuse, compulsive overspending, sexual compulsion, bulimia/anorexia, workaholics, compulsive gambling, obsessive worry/anger/jealousy, loving too much and other self-defeating behaviors."
The first program will take place at 7 p.m., July 6, at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. The meeting will be conducted in the hospital's older building boardroom.
Glasscock said the program will continue during Monday evenings for 12 weeks and anyone can sign up as it is free. The only cost is $15 for a workbook.
"There is some homework, but not much," he said. "It's important to have consistency. It's an easy program to work."
Glasscock -- who is an ordained minister -- said space is limited in the boardroom.
For further information regarding the program, Glasscock urges all to give him a call at 812-986-2342.
"A person has to have a desire to change," he said. "I feel like I can help people."