Devotion: Epheasians 5:2
"...and walk in love, as also the Christ did love us…"
(Young's Literal Translation)
Perhaps, it is a thin line between love and hate.
That is, it is a thin line between supporting someone in their sin that results in a need and supporting someone in their need as a result of their sin. It might be hard for you or an outsider to distinguish whether or not what you do supports the sin or supports the sinner.
I guess what is most important for us as Christians is to "let all your things be done in love." If love is at the bottom of all you do, regardless of how it looks and what is the the end result, it seems you can't go wrong; for "walking in love" is being like Christ.