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Intervention season 14 episodes list:
Smart and outgoing, Katie was the star of the family--she traveled the world as an elite Irish dancer. She could have made it her career--but she got derailed into a life of partying and drugs that has led her down a dangerous path of cocaine and heroin addiction. Katie is now a shell of her former self. She lives with her boyfriend who deals drugs and supplies her with a weekly $2,000 fix. Although Katie's addiction has devastated her family, they unite for one last chance to save her. But Katie puts everything in jeopardy when she attempts to shut down the documentary before the intervention can take place.
Mike lost his brother to cancer and his sister to suicide. This triggered a tragic downward spiral. Mike's nightly habit of having a few beers quickly turned into raging alcoholism. Mike agreed to give up drinking. Unfortunately, he replaced alcohol with heroin. At 14, Lauren was forced to become caretaker to her ill father. By 18, she was a mother herself. Seven years and three kids later, Lauren's father died and she turned to pills to cope.
24-year-old Samantha was a soccer prodigy at age 12, but when a close relative developed an inappropriate relationship with her 12-year-old teammate, it crushed her and her family. Soon afterwards, Samantha was sexually assaulted and introduced to drugs, triggering a downward spiral that led her to heroin and prostitution.
While still a child, Zach's father was incarcerated, and Zach and his sister were adopted by their loving grandparents. When Zach's father was released from jail he moved in with the grandparents, hoping for a fresh start. It didn't take long for his father to fall off the wagon, and in fact, it was Zach's father who first introduced Zach to heroin. Using, but still functional, Zach met his girlfriend Whitney, and two years ago, she had their son. Today Zach's cocaine and heroin addiction is out of control. Whitney has turned to Intervention for help. Theresa swore she wouldn't end up like her mother who was a raging alcoholic. However, years later after several failed relationships and children, Theresa finds herself drinking uncontrollably--to the point that even cirrhosis of the liver isn't enough to make her stop. Her daughter says she's at rock bottom, close to death, and her family knows that an intervention is their last hope.
A once-promising artist and songwriter turns to alcohol and meth to help him cope with a series of personal tragedies.
A once-outdoing child is scarred by family upheaval and a sexual assault, leading her to become a party girl and full-blown heroin addict.
Worried family members attempt to prevent a meth addict from suffering the same fate as her late sister-in-law; another meth addict loses her home and custody of her children.
A singer/songwriter's addiction to alcohol and synthetic marijuana leads to erratic behavior.
When a drug test came back positive, Matthew lost custody of his son and went from part-time user to full-blown addict, huffing ten cans of computer duster a day. Olivia was repeatedly molested by a relative at age 11. Successive traumas into adulthood have led her to mask her emotional pain by injecting a dangerous combination of heroin and meth.
A man from a family of professional baseball players seeks comfort in alcohol and meth, and soon finds himself dumpster diving and sleeping on the streets.
A former rock 'n' roll groupie turns tricks to support her $1,700-a-week addiction to painkillers; a man turns to heroin to escape the memories of teenage traumas.
Justin got hooked on prescription opiates after he was run over by a truck; after his mother's death, Kayne turned to drugs to cope, which eventually cost him his marriage and the custody of his children.