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Jasmine (Intervention Canada)

Season 16, Episode 10

Jasmine
Age: 26
Location:  Elliot Lake, Ontario, Canada
Addiction: Fentanyl

What’s Memorable: Damn, that followup. She looked so much healthier, it was amazing.

Official Synopsis: Jasmine was extremely close to her grandparents, Reg and Pauline, so when Pauline suddenly passed away, Jasmine couldn’t cope and turned to opioids to erase the pain. Amazingly, Jasmine got control of her addiction and her life gained some new additions: a new career, a new boyfriend and a new baby. But when her relationship became abusive, Jasmine descended back into drugs. After losing custody of her three-year-old son, her use escalated to smoking fentanyl, a habit that costs her $1200 a day. As her family readies themselves for the intervention, they get devastating news: Reg has cancer.

Date Aired:  January 2017
Interventionist:
Maureen

Categories: Death of Loved One, Fentanyl, Intervention Canada Episodes, Pain Meds, Season 16

Discussion

2 Responses to “Jasmine (Intervention Canada)”

  1. Any updates on her? I thought she was a sweet girl underneath her addiction. You could see how much she loved her grandmother, grandfather and her son. I hope she is well!

    Posted by Holly | June 17, 2018, 2:07 pm
  2. Sadly, Reg has passed away.

    http://yourlifemoments.ca/sitepages/obituary.asp?oid=996902

    Both Jasmine and her mom Carmen are on fb.

    Posted by Kitty Katt | November 17, 2018, 3:18 pm

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