Just a kid, Interrupted.

Kayson's Center for troubled youth is set in modern day America in Maine. Kayson's helps anyone and everyone who needs it. From eating and mental disorders to drug addictions, people come from all over the world for Kayson's Grade A treatment. There's never been a complaint, the orderlies are respectful of the patients, the therapists do their best to help and everyone's safety is carefully guarded with classes that the teens can take that peak their interest. Within the walls of Kayson's, it's much like the outside world. These kids are troubled, and most have simply been dropped off without hearing from their families again. Kayson's is their home. This is where they feel they belong although some of the kids don't appreciate being sent off to an unknown place because of a 'problem' they feel is nonexsistant.




Dylan Ross || 17 || Psychosis/Cocaine Addiction || FC : Evan Peters
Dylan is a sweet kid. He likes to help out the nurses, all the patients, and he’s all around friendly - as long as he’s on his meds that is. When he’s not he can’t quite determine what’s real and what’s not. Like seeing his dead siblings, that aren’t real, but sometimes its very hard for him to tell. Dylan has Psychosis, he can’t seem to remember that his sisters are dead, and that he attacked his mother. His father left the family when he was about six and his mother went through a string of men, adding more children to the family. He had one biological sister, who died by suicide and two half siblings that both died of ‘natural’ causes. His mother was abusive to him and his siblings, always beating him for no reason and even drove his older sister to kill herself. He’s always had a brotherly personality and he shows that here at Kayson’s center. He’s very close to the Schizophrenic patient Lucy and is very protective of her and the new girl, Sophie.

Dylan Ross || 17 || Psychosis/Cocaine Addiction || FC : Evan Peters

Dylan is a sweet kid. He likes to help out the nurses, all the patients, and he’s all around friendly - as long as he’s on his meds that is. When he’s not he can’t quite determine what’s real and what’s not. Like seeing his dead siblings, that aren’t real, but sometimes its very hard for him to tell. Dylan has Psychosis, he can’t seem to remember that his sisters are dead, and that he attacked his mother. His father left the family when he was about six and his mother went through a string of men, adding more children to the family. He had one biological sister, who died by suicide and two half siblings that both died of ‘natural’ causes. His mother was abusive to him and his siblings, always beating him for no reason and even drove his older sister to kill herself. He’s always had a brotherly personality and he shows that here at Kayson’s center. He’s very close to the Schizophrenic patient Lucy and is very protective of her and the new girl, Sophie.


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