“I got to where I said, ‘You know what, God might be the only way I can get through this. Nobody else wants me.’” —Roxanne
Roxanne grew up a wanderer, and not exactly by choice.
She raised herself while her mother struggled with a heroin addiction. As a pre-teen, Roxanne started acting out in school and skipping classes. Soon she was shipped off to live with her aunt and uncle in California. A few years later, she returned to Arizona. Then the partying started.
Roxanne had her first child at age 21. A year or so after her child was born, she made a choice she would later regret: trying meth for the first time. It wasn't long before she was hooked.
As Roxanne's meth use turned regular, every part of her life fell into chaos.
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