David, who is known as 2B, used to be a rising rock star. He was in a band playing sold-out shows and opened for Nelly and T-Pain. But soon, the rocker lifestyle caught up with him. He is now addicted to heroin and homeless.

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Jason Schneidman says he can relate to 2B.

“Fourteen-years ago, I had nothing. I was hooked on crack cocaine,” Jason shares. “When I turned 30, I realized I had to get sober. I went to rehab. I got clean. I started working every day. I was cutting hair. My career started getting really big, and I started becoming a celebrity hair stylist.”

Now, when Jason isn’t working with celebs like James Corden, Bruno Mars and Rob Lowe, he’s on the streets of Los Angeles giving back to the people he used to live among.

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“When I got sober, I was taught that I had to be of service and help others, so I went out on the street and I started cutting hair for some homeless people,” Jason says. “I believe a haircut can change someone’s life; I see these guy’s eyes light up. It’s incredible. Not only do they feel better about themselves, but the people around them perceive them differently … I hope and pray that I can change one life at a time, one haircut at a time.”

Hear more about Jason’s journey in the video above from Wednesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, and see what happens when he meets 2B. And on Wednesday, hear what 2B says his life is like. Is he ready for a change? Check here to see where you can watch.

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