Carl just wanted his son back.
Jake had become “like a walking zombie who was incoherent and catatonic,” Carl said of his son. Jake had been admitted and released by several state mental health facilities after suffering what Carl believes is cannabis-induced psychosis.
“We saw six in-network psychiatrists and they basically told us there is nothing we can do about your son’s dilemma,” Carl said. “They said we should put him in a housing facility.”
Frustration grew and hope dwindled, but he wouldn’t give up on his son.
Silver Hill Hospital was his last chance.
“All these roads I’ve traveled and doctors I’ve seen, and it came down to this,” Carl said. “This is my last shot.”
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