Oh, dear. I had quit watching this series because it was so depressing, but I couldn't sleep last night and watched several episodes. One woman was so proud of her 90-day award for being sober and then resumed drinking the next week, I believe. What a bummer.
Seems like they don't wait long enough to do their report - it's good if someone has been sober and/or drug-free for 3 months, but how about 6 months out? Or 9 months? Or are the statistics so poor they don't want to advertise all the failures?
What tears me up is what it does to the entire family. Last night a young woman had her two children with her in the apartment, and their father had to come and take them. She went out to bars drinking at night. Months later, she still doesn't have the children, refused to go to rehab, and now is in jail on DUI.
How do people manage to get to rehab multiple times? Who pays for that?