Just over 30 years have passed since the Rutland Centre was established in Dublin, to provide treatment for those suffering from the problems of addiction. Much has changed in the intervening decades: the range of addictions has greatly increased, the average age of addicts has fallen, and more women are now receiving treatment. However, the core work of the Rutland has remained constant - and the need for its services is undiminished. In the second and final episode, we follow the same clients outside the Rutland as they set off the demanding road of recovery without the secure supported environment of the addiction centre.