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Her diary entries were by turns heartbreaking and hilarious." Having kicked her habit, Hannah returned to Llanelli in the run-up to her 16th birthday.
Lisa, from Clapham, said: "Inevitably, she fell back in with her old mates and within weeks she was using heroin again.
"Even with my background, helping my own niece overcome her drug habit was one of the most difficult things I've ever had to do. "We'd laugh and cry on the sofa reading some of Hannahs diary entries.
She'd kept a journal for years and although she wasn't the best at expressing herself verbally, she was great at putting pen to paper.
By losing my family, thinking about you p****s me off."When she started to recover, I took her to a GP and a tailor-made support package was put in place to set her back on the road to complete recovery."It was exactly the kind of thing that was lacking back home.There are agencies in Llanelli to help drug addicts, but they don't work together and that means people slip through the net." Hannah returned to Llanelli again in July 2008.Her confidence had blossomed, she had gained weight, taken up kick-boxing and had started to smile and laugh again, says Lisa.
Lisa said: "It'll be a one-stop shop where families can find integrated, specialist help and support for drug and alcohol addicts." "It'll work closely with parents and children and we plan to use Hannahs letter in a booklet that will go out to schools and youth centres.