After protecting her little sisters from the hell that was their life, they have now come together in a heartbreaking attempt to save hers.
An Alberta prairie boy, Kent, 37, watched his father come home every day to a case of beer.
Born addicted to opiates, Aimee, 25, is caught in the same cycle of addiction that took her mother’s life when Aimee was a little girl.
After being prescribed oxycontin for anxiety in her late teens, Lyndsay is now injecting over 1000mg of oxy a day.
Wes and Lise have been together since their teens. Both products of traumatic childhoods, they bonded over a mutual interest in marijuana and other recreational drugs.
With a University degree in science, Katie is an intelligent young woman with a dangerous addiction to opiates.
With an alcoholic but well-meaning father who is unable to let his little girl go, and a mother who spoils her rotten, this family needs a serious wake-up call before they lose Jessica forever.
Raised by an alcoholic single mother, Travis, 22, and his sister were moved around the country after their father left the home.
The son of an alcoholic father and a mother who suffered from depression, Ziggi grew up ‘odd’ and was alienated in the schoolyard.
The strain between mother and daughter never eased and Holley, now 28, acted out through raging alcohol and cocaine abuse.
Raised by two hard-partying parents, Sarah, 32, began using drugs as a teen.
Allisha is impossibly addicted to injecting Dilaudid and must play multiple men to pay for her habit.
Once a provincial Taekwondo champion, family tragedy, including the death of his stepfather by overdose, has led David to a dangerous addiction to heroin and crystal meth.
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