Intervention Episodes

Brittney saw her food addiction transformed into a raging alcohol addiction after gastric bypass surgery. Brad has had multiple overdoses, lost his career, and his daughter from an earlier marriage. And now, to make things even worse, she is in a relationship plagued by physical violence. His parents divorced and his mother remarried, but she was still unhappy and turned to alcohol and drugs. Both need interventions to reclaim the promise of their youth and talent.

Can an intervention save her from herself? Episodes typically feature an epilogue or follow-up months later with an update to the addicted person's progress or state. Several business failures, a rocky relationship with his girlfriend, and the discovery that his daughter was in fact not biologically his have only added to Benny's problems. Alissa completed treatment but relapsed one week later on Xanax and meth.

He will be kicked out of Oasis if he breaks one more rule or continues to defy the staff counselors and doctors. Dan is married to a supportive wife, Sarah and has a beautiful daughter, Ava. Worst of all, he is no longer a dependable father to his six-year-old daughter.

The more her parents tried to guide her, the more she pulled away. She also struggles with a shopping addiction and recently began battling a new urge, self-mutilation. But Austin's girlfriend is now pregnant and the partying and binging he is engaging in needs to stop. Today, he drinks a fifth of brandy a day even though he's a spiritual man whose religion prohibits alcohol.

Dawn, a forty-nine-year-old former model, is now homeless and wanders around town using meth and suffering from the effects of meth psychosis. Marquel, a year-old Cuban-American fitness instructor from Miami, suffers from alcoholism and compulsive exercising and is in complete denial of her addictions. Now she spends all of her days at race tracks and bingo halls. Her days consist of combining prescription drugs with a pint of vodka and relying on her daughters to monitor both her diabetes and drinking.

She is heading towards bankruptcy. Brian has a bad crystal meth habit. Their last hope is an intervention. Ryan always felt like the black sheep of the family compared to his successful, police officer brother.

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Being a medical science student, he understands how his eating disorder and alcoholism are affecting him, but he's been unable to stop. An intervention is their last hope. Her family has practically given up on her, and she risks losing her relationship with her daughter, who was taken away from her years ago and adopted by Miriam's brother. She prostitutes herself on the streets of Baltimore to get high.

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Gabe seemed happy in America, but he secretly felt like an outsider. Casie ends up agreeing to go to treatment and John reveals that they got engaged the night before the intervention. Her aunt spends a lot of time chasing her down and trying to stop her but fails in keeping her stopped. His family hopes an intervention can help Nik. Her mother, Peggy, turned to prescription drugs and cocaine to deal with the stress.

Her father and aunt break down in tears at Cassie's indifference. His alcohol abuse is ruining his body. Donald's girlfriend just had a baby and Donald has a second chance to be a good father, but his crack use is spiraling out of control. Her father, mother, sister and grandfather all work at the family-owned gas station. Peter is addicted to video games.

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Travis, a meth addict, and Matt, a crack addict, are both on the verge of losing everything. But Betsy is miserable and she drinks up to five bottles of chardonnay a day to mask the pain. Ryan, an OxyContin addict, was in and out of treatment for months before dropping out entirely and hitting bottom as a homeless heroin addict on the streets of L. Bret went to the Hope by the Sea treatment center in California. He joined a violent gang and turned to stealing to support his crack habit.

His father believes Chris should be able to stop drinking by sheer force of will, but his mother believes that genetics is to blame for his alcoholism. Her mother, an admitted gambling addict once addicted to crystal meth as well, also considers going to treatment but ultimately rejects a day treatment offer. Today, he uses heroin and alcohol to blot out his memories, but he's pushed most of his family away. Her family hopes an intervention can help her confront her problems. Now he is homeless, jobless and has lost custody of his son.

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Now Kaylene is a year-old who oozes sweetness and charm but who is unafraid to die and will stop at nothing to get her next fix. We revisit with two of our subjects to see how they've been doing since we first profiled them. Andrea's drinking is also putting her son Matthew in danger, as she has driven under the influence with her son in her car. Her girlfriend has kicked Tressa out for stealing, leaving Tressa even more emotionally overwrought.

But what started as experimentation with drugs has turned into an out-of-control heroin addiction. John is a flight attendant who loves his job, but his lifestyle is fueling his alcoholism. As a result of the irresponsible and negligent parenting they received, Sebastian started experimenting with alcohol, drugs and sex before he even reached puberty. Terry completed treatment and moved into a sober-living facility in Texas.

But just organizing the intervention is tearing them apart. The family wants to help both of them, softscan paperport 11 but they need to have Christy present at the intervention to confront Caylee.

But she doesn't believe her condition is a reason to quit because she recently learned that she may have leukemia. Now, Amy eats only calories a day, drinks up to two bottles of vodka a night, and regularly self-harms by burning herself with cigarettes and cutting. Though he grew up in a close-knit family, Joe has felt lonely and isolated all his life. Mike continues to drink but stopped using drugs. Ryan has been through rehab in the past but always failed.

Despite spending months collecting burl, Coley hasn't managed to sell any of it. But when he came back home from overseas, he was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder and started drinking. Desperate and on the verge of bankruptcy, Brittany's family prepares for an intervention.

Despite this precarious start, Lana excelled in sports and was active in the church. Not knowing how to handle the divorce, she turned to crystal meth.

Jill and her mother went to family therapy and are still working on their relationship. Her family hopes that an intervention will save her from slowly killing herself.

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Linda's entire family is now held hostage by her manipulative, narcissistic and addictive behaviour. Fatherhood proved to be too much pressure on Joey, however, and he relapsed. The beatings escalated, and Abbie ended up in surgery after a punch to the face shattered bones and required three metal plates.