My 23 year old son was diagnosed last year with bipolar with anxiety and depression but tends to stay manic most of the time. He also has a substance abuse problem. He was admitted to the hospital again today for the 7th time in the last year and a half. He has been in and out of our home and in and out of jail for the last 5 years. He's been homeless. Lived in shelters and with strangers. My husband and I have been through it all with him. I visited him this evening at the hospital and he confessed he found keys to my closet and has been drinking alcohol we keep locked in our bedroom closet. After visit I checked closet and discovered all of my valuable jewelry that was hidden in the closet are gone which includes my wedding rings. I'm sure he sold expensive jewelry for a little of nothing. There were items I was saving for my two daughters wedding day. The sentimental value is irreplaceable. I am angry, sad, hurt. I would have never thought he would do something like that. Since he is in the hospital for another psychotic episode, I don't know how to handle this. He's done so much to our family and I am tired but we have always told him if he is trying to get help we will be there to support him. This time I'm numb. I feel like I can't do it anymore or at least not for a while. I don't want him to come home but he has no job, no money. He doesn't have anything and he's never been medicine compliant on his own. I guess he's never been compliant or accomplished much of anything even living at home. He confessed last week he spits out medicine after I leave the room. He's still drinking and getting high. He doesn't work. He has only worked for 1 month of the 9 months he's been back home. He does nothing around the house. He's really not getting any better except he doesn't have the uncontrollable violent behavior he used to have. What do we do? There has to be a consequence to let him know what he did isn't okay and will not be tolerated. He will probably be released in the next couple days. I feel like this time I can't be there for him. Help!