******Just to clarify, I'm not asking how to finance medications for M. I'm asking how to get a doctor to see M before this summer so that we can have a prescription. We don't know what medications he needs and we need a prescription.****** M is 23 now, and not on our medical plan. Even if he could be on our medical plan, he would then lose his financial aid because he gets that because we don't support him financially. This past month or so has been very difficult for me. Nightmares have started in again. A dream I've had for years has been that I'm in or around the house and it comes to me that "he" (whoever the dreaded "he" is?) is trying to get in. I stumble around the house trying to lock all of the doors and windows but the house just keeps getting larger and I end up getting to a door or a window and "he" is on the other side. Sometimes I wake up then, and other times I wake up in the middle of struggling against the door, or face to face with "him" trying to talk my way out of the inevitable horror. This weekend I dreamed he got into the house, and I bashed him in the face with my elbow then strangled him. It wasn't clear if I killed him, but I'm telling myself I have so that I won't have the dream anymore. Anyway, enough of that. That was just as way of explanation of how disturbing I am finding dealing with M lately. After that dream and M circumventing my advice about how to make peace with Z over the apartment, I told husband that I was very angry at being manipulated into a triangulation with his therapist and that I wouldn't be giving M any advice any more. M told husband that he would seek out a doctor to get a prescription for an antidepressant or mood stabilizer. I can see by his phone records that M has made a phone intake to a local mental health agency. Apparently he told husband that he will have an appointment for therapy fairly soon, but that it will be summer before he can see a doctor to get a prescription for medications. Obviously, I don't know what his diagnosis is and have no clue as to what type of medication he needs. Because every foreseeable outcome of every situation for him is a negative one I know he's depressed, but I have no idea if he's BiPolar (BP), or borderline, or what. So, a good evaluation is needed to be sure. But, I really don't think talk therapy alone is going to keep him out of trouble until summer. So, back to him not being on our insurance. I don't see a therapist or a psychiatrist anymore. husband and I are doing well on our medications and get them from our regular doctor. We're also smart enough to know if things are changing, we need to seek help. Is there some way that we could get M in to a psychiatrist or an MD to prescribe based upon his therapist's diagnosis without getting ourselves on the hook for thousands of dollars of sessions? Anyone have any ideas? I know that the therapist can't talk to us, but can we talk to him/her about how we can help him to get on medications more quickly and to make sure that everyone understands the limits of our involvement? ie: Don't tell him that he should ask us for advice because he's just going to ignore it and use think that it is a good enough gesture to take advantage of us... Thanks all. I hope that this makes sense.