And I'm not sure about this. I know this is his first hospitalization after he turned into a legal adult but.....*shrugs* I don't know. We had the requisit family therapy last Friday night and that was basically the only time we talked to ANYONE! We would get updates from the nurses when we called and visited but that was pretty much it. No suggestions on programs for him afterwards, no contact with a social worker....not a single thing. (And yes, difficult child DID sign releases so we could talk to people) The hospital literally called me this morning while I was at work and said I could come get him anytime. *blinks* Huh? I couldn't leave....this is my really busy time....so I didn't go get him till about 6:30 tonight after I got out of work. They didn't seem to mind but I was a little taken aback by the sudden discharge. His papers listed his condition at the time of release as.....Improved. He was pretty quiet....actually he was sleeping when I got there. Getting used to his medications again is going to take a bit. We left the hospital, got back into town, dropped his scrips off at the pharmacy, went to Pizza Hut (where he ate 2 pieces of pizza and then went to the car to lay down while I finished eating), picked his medications up, went home and he went to bed. (After giving poor Cloe some attention. That poor dog has missed her boy soooo much....she went NUTS when he got home) I started a list of people to call to see what we/difficult child can get set up assuming he's still willing. I still think the group home type setting is the best thing for him. We'll see if we can get HIM to agree to it. sigh I was really hoping for a bit more stress free time. LOL OH and this week is spring break for us. I thought...perfect! difficult child can use this time to get caught up on his schoolwork he missed. Nope. We don't have his books or assignments. I called the school last THURSDAY to get them and never heard a word back. His teacher of record was supposed to take his things to him but she never showed so I don't know if she even has his stuff. Grrrrrr.