Four women discuss their experiences in active addiction, interactions with social service providers, what happens when they enter treatment, and their hopes for the future. Produced by Katie Clark, who is a Research Assistant at the Yale School of Public Health and a student of the Master of Science in Public Health, Maternal and Child Health program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

"This documentary is dedicated to Paul MacFarland, who passed away in October 2011. I met Paul when he was the State Opioid Treatment Authority for the State of Maine. Paul was an outstanding mentor and a significant advocate of my efforts to improve the experiences of pregnant women in methadone treatment and provide education on this topic. I will always be grateful to Paul for his wisdom, insight, and his unwavering support." –Katie Clark