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Episode 50: Dawn

Season 4, Episode 2

Age: 40’s
Location: Lincoln, Nebraska
Addiction: Meth
What’s Memorable: The psychosis, her poor heartbroken sons that love her so much, how quickly she went from functional to homeless crazy person.

Official synopsis: Dawn, 49, was once a model, but today she’s homeless and wanders around town using meth and suffering from the effects of Meth Psychosis.
Original Air Date: December 2007

Interventionist: Jeff

Categories: Addicted Parent, Jeff, Meth, Most Mentally Compromised Addicts, Rape, Season 4


16 Responses to “Episode 50: Dawn”

  1. I can’t get over what wonderful, caring men her sons turned out to be. Dawn, you must have done a lot right to raise those boys. Hoping you are doing well today.

    Posted by Kat | January 23, 2015, 5:48 pm
  2. I want to know how she’s doing today. Is there a website that offers updates?

    Posted by jean | May 6, 2015, 1:49 pm
  3. Her sons are beyond awesome she’s very lucky to have such wonderful caring young men. I’d like an update on the situation and pray they are all doing good.

    Posted by veronica Kovacik | July 11, 2015, 9:45 pm
  4. Any updates on Dawn?

    Posted by Sarah | November 27, 2015, 9:22 pm
  5. I would love to know how she’s doing. I loved her personality, it’s obvious that even without drugs that she’s a a cool person to be around. The things she says… “if ain’t fun I probably ain’t doin it” and greeting the worker at the detox center… “how are you?” “Pissed” omg, it doesn’t get more real than that. Did anyone else find the whole laying on her son while strokes her side kind of weird?

    Posted by Mallory | December 30, 2017, 7:08 pm
  6. Omg, im glad someone said it. My first thought was “Norman Bates”, lol. That was truly a little creepy.

    Posted by melissa | May 30, 2018, 8:35 am
  7. You know what’s interesting? I don’t think we ever see Dawn use on camera. Like I know we saw her high but I don’t think we ever see her shooting up.

    Posted by Andy | November 3, 2018, 9:02 pm
  8. i feel so bad for her sons. it’s too bad she couldn’t stay clean for their sakes. (and her own, of course.) they were so wonderful. but i get it, addiction takes control.

    Posted by Brooke | June 28, 2019, 2:11 am

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