She says it took her parents' pulling away from her to understand she was in trouble.

"I was totally alone, and that's when I realized something wasn't right," she said.

Her advice to parents is if they suspect their child is abusing don't be afraid to get them drug tested.

"If they have nothing to hide then they won't object to it. I think it's worth it, the 10 minutes of arguing or whatever it may be, to possibly save your child's life," White said.

White and Spitsbergen said kids are getting more drugs from their family home than they do from the streets, especially Xanax and Vicodin. Many sell those drugs to buy their drug of choice, heroin.

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