Al Jackson has been addicted to heroin since he was a young teenager, growing up in South Baltimore.
These days, he says, it's hard to find heroin that's doesn't have the extremely deadly and cheap opioid, fentanyl mixed in.
And so, at the age of 56, he's desperate to kick his opioid addiction before it takes him under.
Luckily for him, medicaid patients have more treatment options available. But, the clock is ticking like never before with fentanyl on the streets.