This case involves a male mental healthcare patient who was a member of a community-based addiction and mental health recovery center in Mississippi. He had been sent to the facility for depression. He had reported thoughts of suicide, and had attempted suicide before. The man was evaluated upon admission, noting his history of suicide attempts and suicidal ideation, he was considered at a high risk of suicide. However, he was only undergoing light therapy at the time, while considering medications such as Lexapro or Effexor. About two weeks into the program, the center transported the patient to an outside facility for a medical test. On the way back from the study, the driver stopped to use the restroom and permitted the man to exit the vehicle. The driver then left him unattended. In the driver’s absence, the man walked down the street and threw himself off an overpass onto the highway below. He died shortly after arriving at the hospital.