Has anyone ever heard of Caseys Law? It's a law where you can have your addicted loved one forced into treatment. You have to petition your loved one in court and have evidence, go before a judge and then the judge decides if they can be forced into treatment. You also have to have the treatment facility in place and are responsible for paying for treatment. I've been thinking of trying this with my 23 year old son. My counselor says it's a one shot deal and that I don't have enough evidence. My son totaled my car and got a DUI, no alcohol involved, got a possession of drug paraphernalia charge, I have a straw and a picture of 2 straws with a glass dish he had in his home, pictures of post he put on Facebook where he states how he hates life and wants to die and not much more physical evidence. I know everyone on this site says they have to want help but sometimes I think if maybe they could just get their heads clear for long enough that they would want to be clean and free of that terrible lifestyle. My son denies any drug use. I haven't seen him in person in a while, he avoids me. But according to the few pictures I've seen of him on social media he looks like death. He has more wrinkles than a 60 year old man, eyes look black, white as a ghost, and so thin and frail. His biological father is even concerned now and before he said I was basically crazy that his son didn't use drugs and I needed to stop blaming him. His father said his skin is yellow because he has seen him in person and that he can't stop crying over how bad he looks. I just feel like I can't sit back any longer and let my son die. Has anyone used Caseys Law? It may only be in my state. Or anything similar to force your loved one into treatment? Thoughts???