After 17 days, he doesn't think he can take it anymore. He DID go today to the Mental Health place to try and change his medications, so he can be numbed to the realities of the mission, but didn't get anywhere. Too many people drinking and drugging outside the mission, getting aggravation from some people (someone called him a punk ass ) and he is full of anger. Says it's not a good place for him to recover, with the public being so rude and all the temptation around him. I do feel bad that he attempted to get help, but said there was none forthcoming. on the other hand, I know him and I think some of this is exaggerated so he can leave and do his own thing. Not sure what to think. I only know I cannot live his life for him. He would be transferred to another place after 2 more weeks but said "Mom, I don't honestly think I can take it this long". A couple of days ago, he was fully committed to the 27th month program. Now it's not a minute longer. I asked what the problem was (the people, the disrespect-yet he has just been moved from the "bouncer" position to early morning kitchen duty, which is what he wanted) and what the alternative was. That one was a lot woollier. Not much to say about it, except nothing is a surprise to me when it comes to him. It is always his decision. Another round in the saga-I can never rest assured that it's all going to be okay. Thanks for reading.