Entering through the automatic sliding doors the first person you see is a woman behind a counter. When she see's you and who ever has come with you to check you in a drop you off, she greets you with a high-pitched, "Hello! Welcome!" The woman has a big,white,toothy grin bordered with bright red lipstick the same color as her hair. "I'm Julie. I'm so glad to finally meet you and that your joining us here at Happy Jack's!" She says to you, after she's handed the adults their last bit of paper work, and answered their last questions. Julie calls over someone to help with you bags, and walks you down a hall. "This will be your room while you're here with us. I'll leave you to settle in. Dinner is served at 6pm, which is in 30 minutes!" With a final smile she leaves you alone, but not completely. A tiny camera up in the corner of your room is saying hello as well, welcoming to your first day at Happy Jack's Mental Rehabilitation Home for Teens. Daily Scheduale: Breakfast at 8am Private Psychiatric Sessions between 10am and 12pm Lunch at 1pm Group Therapy 2pm to 2:40 pm Additional Medical Help/ Physical (If necessary) 3pm to 4pm Free Time 4pm-7pm Dinner 7pm Lights Out at 10pm (Unless it's a movie night, or special activity) Visiting Hours: 4pm-7pm Tue-Fri Plot: You're a teenager with some problems...it could be anything from depression, and alcohol abuse to Borderline Personality Disorder, Paranoid Personality Disorder, to even Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia and Bulimia, or just being plain rebellious. You name it, a patient at Happy Jack's has it. Your guardians had tried everything they could to help you. They took you to every doctor and psychiatric and got you on all the medication they could afford. But in the end, nothing worked, and you grew to be to much to handle. Or they just got tired of you. So they sent you to Happy Jack's Mental Rehabilitation Home for Teens, where you'll live, and be treated, only to be sent home when your finally normal. Whether check in willingly, or kicking and screaming, you come to realize Happy Jack isn't all peaches and cream like it seems. You come to find that patients are be using at test subjects for weird and sometimes cruel experiments run by the doctors and scientists on staff. Teens don't get cured, they get steadily worse until they just stop talking, and do as they're told to avoid being tested on. Character Sheets: Patient Age: (13-17) Name: (First and Last including any nicknames or whatever) Problem: (Disorder/Illness/Reason for being sent to Happy Jack's) Personality: (Brief description) History: (What brought on the above^, school life, family life, yada yada) Appearance: (Description or picture) Triggers?: Other: Staff Age: (19-Old) Name: (First and Last including Dr. or whatever) Job: (Doctor, Scientist, Assistant, Nurse, Patient Counselor*, etc) Background: (History, past jobs, why they're working at Happy Jack's) Appearances: (Description or picture) Personality: (Brief description) Other: *Counselors are young staff members who supervise patients and play the good cop/big brother/sister role for them. They live on the facilities in their own building Rules/Notes: For patients, try to pick a problem your somewhat familiar with and nothing that would make them unnecessarily hard to interact or deal with Keep in mind that the staff are not evil, really, just some have more of a sense of humanity and caring toward patients than others If you're a staff member and you would like to conduct an experiment on the patients just ask me first and I'll tell you whether its okay or not (it will probably be okay) It would be in everyone's benefit if you were to make at least 2 characters That's pretty much it. General things apply, and if you have questions just ask!