Inspired by the true story of a real life "extreme interventionist," Benjamin Bratt stars as William "The Cleaner" Banks, who after hitting rock- bottom from his own addictions, strikes a deal with God. In exchange for a second chance, he vows to kick his addictions and dedicate his life to helping others. Now, along with his unconventional team, he helps people get clean from their own addictions of sex, drugs, alcohol and gambling by any means necessary.
William tries to help Zach, a once-promising high school athlete who has fallen victim to meth addiction. William's efforts reveal a family fractured in the wake of a father's death, as well as an underground drug-fencing operation that he must crack.
The mother of a teenage surfer girl comes to William about her daughter, who exhibits signs of a drug habit--except her drug tests keep coming up clean.
A suburban husband comes to William, seeking help for his wife, who is caught in the throes of an OxyContin addiction.
A mathematics professor, in a race against time to publish his research, turns to cocaine. His colleague and girlfriend seeks William's help.
A teenage boy asks for William's help with his father, who went to prison as a result of William's past efforts. The man, now out, is using meth again.
An FBI agent strong-arms William into searching for her former partner, who developed a drug addiction while deep undercover on a case. William and crew infiltrate a "tent city" of meth manufacturers to find the man.
The principal of a prestigious prep school, who is also an old friend of William's, asks for his help with a troubled student: a talented basketball player who is now "speedballing" heroin and prescription drugs.
The wife of a renowned horse jockey seeks out William. Her husband, who has used the ADD medication Adderall for years in order to make weight, has been exhibiting hostile, frenetic behavior of late.
An unsuccessful intervention drives a heroin-addled woman onto the streets. Her sister hires William, but the girls' mother does not trust his methods.
Rebecca, a gifted teenage pianist, has turned to meth to cope with the pressures in her life. Her father requests William's help.
Lisa moved to Los Angeles years ago with dreams of becoming an actress, but thus far, all she has managed is a steady career as an extra. When her visiting brother discovers the depth of Lisa's cocaine problem, he enlists William.
William brings Swenton into the Banks home to detox, determined to save him from the fate that Mickey suffered. Meanwhile, Akani and Darnell take on a case from drug dealer Gaza Rashburg.
Neil and Shelly have a beautiful daughter, a wonderful home, successful careers and dangerous addictions to alcohol. Neil's father comes to William, concerned for his granddaughter's safety.