By almost any measure, Jarrod Moody had gotten his life together. By the middle of last year, Moody, 29, had successfully kicked an addiction to the prescription painkiller Dilaudid, gotten a steady job and was preparing to move in to a new place. In August of 2010, his last random drug test came back negative.
Then in September, it was as if someone "flipped a switch," says his father, John. Jarrod complained of insomnia and, when he could sleep, horrible nightmares. He began talking to...Full Story