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Episodes typically feature an epilogue or follow-up months later with an update to the addicted person's progress or state. As of January 13,the series consisted of a total of episodes and 10 specials. After a promising education and early success, a series of bad business associates led him to seek refuge in the casinos, where he soon became a problem gambler and lost large amounts of money.
Vanessa, who was a recurring character on the long-running medical drama ERis addicted to shopping. She is heading towards bankruptcy. Jerrie's family calls interventionist Jeff Van Vonderen to help their year-old daughter, who is addicted to Vicodin. Jerrie is so addicted that she has been forging physician atures to get the prescriptions that she thinks she needs.
She also walks around the waterfront to find drug dealers so she can get high. Tamela, a year-old artist, cuts herself with razor blades.
Asshe was molested and has a hard time getting over what happened. Her family hopes she will go into treatment. Epilogue : Jerrie left treatment after three months and moved in with her boyfriend. She says she is sober, but her sister says she is not. Alissa's parents and friends try to save her from her gambling addiction.
Her boyfriend has three jobs and makes all of the money, while Alissa gambles it away. Brian has a bad crystal meth habit. He is also a sex addict. Brian roams around the streets to find new partners every night. Epilogue : Alissa refused to go to treatment. She and her boyfriend later broke up. She married a new man in She says she continues to gamble, but hardly does it anymore.
She had everything she ever wanted out of life, including a wonderful husband and family. In fact, she almost had a perfect life until it all ended in divorce. Not knowing how to handle the divorce, she turned to crystal meth. Sara is now a junkie and has lost everything in her life, including her daughter. She lives at home with her parents and continues using drugs. Her family hopes she will get help to get her life back. Former rock star Travis now spends his days in a meth-filled haze, an addiction that has cost him nearly everything. Matt is addicted to crack-cocaine. He steals from his family and friends so he can buy drugs.
Epilogue : Travis immediately walked out of the intervention, but later decided to accept the offer of treatment. After completing his program, he moved to Utah and began traveling and playing music. He suffered a brief relapse, but regained sobriety in September and maintained it until Septemberwhen he had another relapse; he has since stayed sober. Peter is addicted to video games. He refers to himself as characters that are in the games he plays. Renee has an eating disorder and is dependent on water pills to keep her thin. Her health and her family are all feeling the effects of Renee's eating disorder.
Epilogue : Peter completed 40 days of treatment and returned home.
He says he has learned to communicate better with his family. However, he still plays video games. Tina is a mother of three and a true desperate housewife. She spends all of her time gambling with her car and house payments while high on prescription pills. Tina is at a crisis stage with almost all of her jewelry pawned and getting paycheck advances at any chance. Now she spends all of her days at race tracks and bingo halls.
Her husband Harley has contacted Intervention as a last resort. Cristine, a wife and mother with an abusive and dark past, is an alcoholic who drinks about 18 beers a day.
Just three years ago, Cristine was top saleswoman at her LA-based newspaper; now, since her return to work after having her first child, the alcohol has damaged her career so much that she has yet to collect any commissions from her ad sales. Her husband is a stay-at-home dadbut their "home" is Cristine's mother's living room floor due to Cristine's business problems.
Now Cristine's health is failing — she often works 4 hours or less a day due to stomach problems caused by her drinking — and the family feels an intervention is the only thing that can save her from herself, but Cristine wants no part of rehab after a disastrous stint two years ago. She has a 6-year-old daughter who is following in her mother's footsteps, imitating Kelly's disdain of food by refusing to eat her breakfast and leaving her lunch tray full of food.
Kelly's boyfriend wants to come live with her in Florida but knows he cannot save Kelly by himself and needs outside help. Everyone who loves Kelly is not only trying to save her, but also her daughter.
Epilogue : Kelly gained 15 pounds since the intervention. She and Jason moved in together.
She no longer goes to therapy. Kelly is living on the streets and is an alcoholic. Even though he has a genius-level IQ, he cannot seem to stop himself from living off others. Mark has been addicted to painkillers ever since he had a morphine pump surgically implanted because of illness.
Epilogue : Kelly walked out of the intervention, but agreed to go to treatment on the condition that he could pick up his dog first. He transferred to another program after 20 days and spent a total of 60 days in treatment, but immediately purchased and drank beer upon leaving, saying that he never wanted to get sober. Five months later, he and his girlfriend had broken up and he had lost his dog again. Rachel, who was once a gorgeous child, now spends all of her time getting high on heroin and engaging in prostitution. Epilogue : Tommy moved to the east coast and works as a finance manager.
He has been sober since September 30, Michael has a serious anger problem. He has a history of violent behavior and has been known to punch holes into the walls of his father's house. Michael is a school athlete, yell leader, and is now addicted to pills and alcohol after emotional pain from his high school days. He is now facing jail time after parole violations.
Corinne is a pretty year-old who was an honor roll student, star athlete and played the clarinet and saxophone. She started using drugs at 14 after being sexually abused by a neighborhood boy who babysat her. Still striving to move forward while battling her addictions, she completed her GED and began college, finishing two semesters before dropping out.
Now, Corinne has become addicted to a deadly combination of heroin and crystal meth. Corinne is also a diabetic who requires insulinbut she often skips her doses because she is so high. After repeated trips to the emergency room, her family is expecting to hear that they've lost her for good. Epilogue : Corrine was kicked out of the first treatment center for getting drunk on the grounds.
She transferred to another treatment center, in which she left early. Corinne relapsed several times after leaving treatment, but became sober when she learned that she was pregnant. She gave birth to a daughter, and had another daughter a few years later. Audrey, 24, was popular and artistic. Now, she is a heroin addict living on the streets.Gamer junkie needs her fix 22 tempe 22
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