Tracy, 48, was born into a family rampant with alcoholism and abuse. With little parental oversight, she tried her first beer at the age of 11, and loved the feeling from the first sip. Although she excelled in gymnastics and other school endeavors, the seed of her undoing had been sown. When she hooked up with the father of her three children, Tracy fell heavily into a pattern of drinking and domestic chaos. After repeated visits to her home by police, her girls were put into foster homes where they watched from afar as their mother slowly imploded. Though deeply hurt by their mother putting alcohol before them, Tracy’s daughters set their resentment aside and make one last attempt to save the mother they never had.
Interventionist: Maureen Brine