Qousey's addiction started when he was a teenager. Every day he was looking for the next high. It took for him to see how bad it got before recovery was even fathomable.
"The hardest thing was to surrender. To me, surrender means not admitting defeat, but it means to advance in a different direction. And that meant having a little faith that the people there weren't going to do me any harm that they were there to help."
That inspired hope. He says, "You know, if you just follow direction, and just go with the program and what they prescribe there, there's amazing results that can happen."
Watch his story below.