A group of teenagers from Cambridge, Massachusetts decided to explore the topic of teen substance abuse through this short documentary film. As a part of the Neighborhood Service Project, a collaboration of the Office of Workforce Development and Cambridge Youth Programs, these young people decided to research how drugs were effecting the lives of young people in their community. They decided that to reach their peers and parents of young people they had to go beyond the statistics and find real stories from people with experience living with addictions, health professionals helping young people get into recovery, and other members of the community who have been effected by substance abuse in some way. Their documentary tells the story of how teens get started with drugs, how drug abuse can destroy relationships and what resources have helped substance abusers get into recovery and rebuild their relationships with family and friends while creating a new life for themselves without drugs. This film was created at the Gately Youth Center's Media Lab in North Cambridge, Massachusetts.