Callie has been commited into a mental hospital by her own father. Why? Because she can see and talk to her best friend. That isn’t unusual on its own, but there’s a little thing about Callie’s best friend; he’s dead. Fighting the system in the beginning, Callie is determined to get out of there one way or another.
In comes Casey. He’s also an habitant at the asylum, but for a good reason. Although to tell the truth, I would most likely have reacted the same way.