Jordan is a 22-year-old asthmatic who is addicted to smoking heroin. Desperate and afraid for his son’s life, Jordan’s father, Mike, reaches out to Cary Quashen, a certified addiction specialist, for help.
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Jordan's Experience at Rehab Male: On the way to the rehab right now. We got him back to the hospital. He was medically released and he’s on his way. We need you to participate and really make this thing work. And I don’t care what’s going on. You don’t leave no matter what. Jordan: Yeah. Male: You know what? I’m glad you’re here. Jordan: Thank you for this. Male: Let’s make this thing work. Male: And right now what are coming up are opiates and the heroin. Jordan: I'm sure I got nervous in a new environment. Today I am hurting. It’s starting to hurt more. I can’t sleep right now. I don’t know how much long I can take this. We’ve passed a couple of days already getting real which is to get high, just call it quits. I’ve been in rehab seven days now. I'm going on to eight pretty soon. Male: Well, we’ve got one week, congratulations sir. Jordan: I'm doing a lot of thinking about all the things that I’ve done, just to all the people I’ve hurt, I'm just tired of hurting people. Male: Go get some love. I want you just think about this for a second. This is what drugs take. It destroys families and tears people apart.

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