Ron Clem, a retired Los Angeles police officer, is the president of non-profit organisation Teens in Crisis. He is a court-recognised methamphetamine expert and has testified in numerous court cases involving children and methamphetamines. His daughter, Carren, works in Yellowstone National Park.
Father and daughter tell of the consequences of her drug addiction to ‘meth’ and the effects it had on this ‘normal, middle class’ family. This is definitely one to show how this problem can effect anyone and the speed with which it can ruin lives. Luckily this story does not end in tragedy but shows how close a family came to losing everything.