Martha’s Vineyard has long served as the posh New England destination for high profile American families and celebrities. Jackie Kennedy owned an estate there; Bill Clinton and his family regularly vacation there, and the Obama’s have spent their last six summers on the low-key island. As summer approaches, east coasters escape their busy cities for some privacy and quiet in the charming town.
But the island has also become a haven for another, rather unlikely group of people: heroin addicts.
ABC News digital journalist Ali Weinberg shows us the less glamorous side of Martha’s Vineyard, and how people are working to preserve its reputation.