What About the Kids? Film Now Available

09 Sep 2020

What About the Kids? is now available to watch at whataboutthekidsfilm.com. Along with the film you can also watch the Feinstein family documentary, a story of a real family in a similar situation as the one depicted in the film, a behind the scenes look at the making of the film, and the interviews from the premiere event.

We officially premiered What About the Kids? last night, September 8, at a successful virtual premiere event. The film is now available to watch on our website. Along with the film you can also watch the Feinstein family documentary, a story of a real family in a similar situation as the one depicted in the film, a behind the scenes look at the making of the film, and the interviews from the premiere event.

Along with the film, we've created additional resources to assist people in churches, recovery organizations, or even within their family to hold their own screening and discussion.

The far-reaching effects of addiction are ripping through communities across the country. In his new film What About the Kids? writer and director Jim Wahlberg gives us a poignant look into the true cost of this epidemic through the eyes of Chloe, an 8-year-old girl whose parents are addicted to opioids. Informed by his own battle with addiction, Wahlberg’s film is a touching narrative that illuminates the importance of faith and family on the journey to sobriety.

1 in 12 Americans struggles with a substance use disorder, and each year an estimated 47,500 people die from opioid overdoses. These numbers represent an epidemic of brokenness that has impacted millions of lives, leaving families searching for help and hope.