difficult child spent a week in the p-hospital and is doing very well, now back on medications and he was discharged yesterday to 30 day rehab (the same one) He was accepted to their 90 day program BUT when insurance runs out(usually they pay 30 days) we would be responsible for $300 a day. We cannot afford that. We are tapped out. It's really unfortunate that we are in the middle class where we can't get assistance and we don't make enough to foot the bill. Since he has insurance (ours) he doesn't qualify for assistance even though he's homeless! Social worker didn't recommend dropping him from insurance. She said to use it until they won't pay anymore because at least he can get immediate services where people with-o insurance tend to go on waiting lists for rehabs and other services. He will still qualify for food stamps and such but medical type stuff he doesn't. He really needs 90 days (and wants it!) I'm not sure what to do. Also, since the 2 sober homes try's didn't work out my husband and I are considering letting him stay here temporarily (2-4 months) when he gets out until he can get a job and on his feet. He said he is to influenced by others and lacks the self control to say no (when he's on medicine he thinks so clearly and gets it) BUT we have a few issues and considerations beyond the obvious. One, technically if a licensed driver lives in a household they have to be on the insurance. His insurance will be astronomical because he has tickets/accidents (and possibly a DWI) and he has not had any insurance since he left our house (he had no car either). We already pay a lot with 2 other teens on our insurance. While he will not be aloud to drive our cars...we worry he may take one and something could happen (he's a terrible driver) So that is something to consider. Anyone know if you can exclude a driver living with you or any other recommendations? Secondly, we lease our home. He is not on the lease. "Guests" can only stay two weeks at a time as our lease agreement states. We used this as an excuse in the past for reason why he can't live with us. We do NOT want to put him on the lease. Apparently, that gives them "rights" and they have to be evicted if something go awry. Are there any other options besides sober homes? I really don't want him living here but if by chance he could make it if he did, of course I would do it. I just don't have a crystal ball. Either way, this is the LAST time I am going through this, if he goes back to the streets I'm done. My body and mind can't take it anymore.