Jasmine, the new rehab counselor, fumbles her way through her first job in a rehab facility and learns the ropes of drug treatment. It's Jasmine's first time entering rehab as an employee rather than a client. Although Jasmine has five years clean, she's still tempted to use every time the shit hits the fan. And the shit just hit the fan. The recent overdose and death of Jasmine's husband has thrown her into a tailspin. She's suddenly found herself single parenting Trey, her moody tween-age stepson who hates her. By day, she has to pretend she has the answers to staying clean. By night, she's googling how-to-talk-to-your-teen-about-drugs and desperately trying to build a relationship with an angry kid who has addictions brewing of his own.
Everybody's addicted to something.