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Maddie, an adolescent drug user, has a reputation as a party girl, although she doesn't think she has a problem. When her school guidance counselor confronts her about her drug use, it forces Maddie to choose between being expelled or entering rehab. Maddie chooses the latter option and moves into a sober living facility, where she lives with other recovering addicts. Combined with the regular pressures faced by teenagers in their everyday lives, life in rehab proves difficult for Maddie. "Recovery Road" is based on the young adult novel of the same name by Blake Nelson.

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Maddie completes her first 30 days in rehab, but wonders why another resident has left the house; Wes' efforts to fix the sins of his brother do not have the results he anticipated; Maddie and Wes reveal their true feelings for each other.
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Maddie involves another housemate in her attempt to learn what is troubling Wes; Trish is angered by Maddie's efforts to help her; Vern becomes suspicious of Cynthia's strange behavior; a house search leads to unexpected news.
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Maddie and Charlotte reluctantly attend a party held by Rebecca's upper-class family; Wes' former girlfriend returns and drops a bombshell regarding his brother; Cynthia re-examines her relationship with her fiance.
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Ellie discovers Maddie's secret life; Charlotte pressures Wes for information on Maddie's progress; Vern, Craig and Wes spend an afternoon bonding.
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Maddie tries to help when Trish faces a crisis; Wes struggles with a secret; Craig and Cynthia bond; Charlotte hopes that Margarita can provide insight involving Maddie.
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Charlotte begins to resent Cynthia's role in Maddie's life; Maddie helps Les break his grandmother out of her nursing home for the afternoon; Trish has a rough start at her new job; Ellie and Nyla have questions about Maddie.
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Affluent residents of a nearby rehab facility visit Springtime Meadows; Vern glimpses an unexpected side of his favorite actress; Maddie struggles with temptation at a wild birthday party for her boyfriend, Zach.
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Maddie, Craig and Wes try to convince Wes' ex-girlfriend to return to the program; Charlotte wonders if she made the right decision sending her daughter to Springtime Meadows; Trish auditions for a reality show.
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Maddie struggles to keep her double life under wraps when she blows off her curfew to hang out with her friends after school.
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Faced with expulsion after being caught with alcohol at school, party girl Maddie is forced to spend her evenings with recovering addicts at a sober living facility.

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