Becky grew up miles from the streets of the Kensington section of Philadelphia that would nearly claim her life. Finding herself addicted to opiates, Becky turned to heroin and a homeless life “living on the tracks” in her early 20s. Her “lifestyle” then alternated between selling whatever she could to support her habit, and failed stints in rehabilitation centers. During a period of sobriety, she became pregnant with her son, Caiden. She stayed clean during her pregnancy, but relapsed after his birth, losing custody of her son. It was one of the most—if not the most—extreme losses of Becky’s life.