Growing up in Honduras, Franklyn and his family endured great poverty and hardship.
So, after he graduated from high school, Franklyn immigrated to the United States, determined to help his family. For 10 years, he did well, working as a waiter. But in 2016, during a 12-hour shift, he felt exhausted. “I was so tired,” Franklyn recalls. “I asked a coworker if he had a Monster or a Red Bull. He said, ‘I have something better than that.’” The “something better” was meth. “It was OK, at first,” Franklyn says. “I could work a lot and not get tired.