Well, things did not go as well as we could have hoped. When it was time for her to go to school she tried to do the just let me stay home and catch up on work and I will go tomorrow. I would not let her, and she started with the eff you's and I want to live with a foster family, and then when I finmally got her into the car she told me she was going to run away after I dropped her off at school. And that she wouldn't be "safe" So I called the IOP program, and they felt she was trying to just manipulate but to take her to the ER. So off we went, and the social worker we got was amazing. He actually listened. I told him everything that has been going on, and how she told me on the way down there she would just tell them what they wanted and then she would just come back home. I guess they called her bluff on that one. She is very not happy right now. She wouldn't even hug me goodbye. We have a family session tomorrow, and I expect that to be way ugly. I am absolutely exhausted, but relieved at the same time. I will be able to rest knowing she is safe for a few days at least. And, maybe they will come to a better conclusion as to what the heck is going on with her. She was peeved that she had to wear scrubs and that the pants were way way to big. She had to tied them with a pair of socks. She is allowed to have pj pants to wear, but I was not going to make an extra trip down for her to have some comforts. I figure she can shower tonight and deal with the fact that she has to put the same pair of panties back on, and use their toothbrush and shampoo for a night. I don't want this to bee too easy on her. I want her to take some ownership of the situation. So she will get her stuff after our parent meeting at 10:30.