At first it started out as just a cool story to tell. By no means did we want to take advantage of the epidemic and the moment that is happening but we thought there was a story there to tell and we set out thinking that way. Then, once our team started to expand, we began working with people who are directly affected by the epidemic whether it be friends or family; someone close to them. And we started to see the importance of the story we were telling. People were closely connected to what we were doing. Now, we feel it's important to tell the story the right way; genuine and accurate. 

Our characters are a product of their moment in time; America’s opioid epidemic. They navigate their wants and needs through this climate and come out the other side totally different than the way they went in. This story may be made up but it comes from so many who have walked that same path and been torn by it.

 
 

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