There is a dark side to life in the camp. The resettlement process is strict, and whilst most pass, others have issues that prevent them from leaving. The camp suffers from relatively high levels of alcohol and drug dependency. These dependencies derive from a purposeless existence where everything needed to survive is provided; but with increasing levels of income from work in the local economy and with nothing to spend their income on many turn to drugs and alcohol. Here, doctors fight to save the life of Santi Maya Masor after she attempted suicide by ingesting high levels of poison. An alcoholic, her dependency meant that her family could not resettle as they wished to, and her attempted suicide was probably a response to that. These types of family divisions during the resettlement process occasionally lead to suicide and divorce, as some seek a way out and a release for loved ones.