No Matter What

The first time Erin Hains got intoxicated was at 14 years old, from that moment forward  Hains began abusing substances. After struggling for years with addiction Hains is now three years clean. As a mother, she works everyday to be the best version of herself and strives to practice and teach integrity.

"I want to be very open, vulnerable, loving, caring and not afraid. The most important things are my values, because if I'm not living within my values I am finding pain. When I am living within my values I feel good about myself and I feel pride," said Hains.