After a couple suicide threats (screened out at ER as manipulative rather than substantive) and a property-destroying tantrum, I turned custody over voluntarily to the state 1 week ago and difficult child is now in a group home. He continues to attend his regular school and to see his tdocs. It is hard because he is absolutely miserable and in some ways he was better/trying before I sent him there though in other ways he was worse. He is constantly asking to come home for offsite visits which I don't feel comfortable with and also begging to be removed from the program where he is anxious because all his little OCDisms aren't accommodated and also because other kids are telling him he will be there a much longer time than we were told at intake. Tomorrow is the initial meeting with the clinician to set up the assessment plan. I am going to try to get the timeline defined more clearly and to press hard for getting the psychiatrist/medication review piece done as quickly as possible. difficult child has never been on medications and the general consensus now (family including me, therapist, sw, even police) is that he needs to be. Anything else I should bring up?