Because of a past history of taking medications out of the cabinet and crushing them up with the intent to give them (unknowingly) to his brother all of the medications in our home are under lock and key. My difficult child has a pill distributor with 7 days worth of medications that he has access to. I refilled it on Tuesday with the exception of his Zoloft which he only had 2 days left of medications and needed to be refilled at the pharmacy. Today I picked up the new prescription and when I went to add them to his pill box I noticed the Abilify pill is missing out of every day slot. I am very concerned. Is he taking them all at once? Is he giving it or selling it to other kids? What is he doing with them!? We only have exactly enough of these pills to get us through to our next psychiatrist appointment. Obviously now we're short and we are going to have to reschedule and tell the doctor WHY. If you had a child who couldn't tell the truth if it were looking him in the face would you wait to bring this up while in the psychiatrist's office or would you confront him now? Do you have any other ideas?? I know some prescription drugs are popular among teenagers to pass around or sell. Anyone know of there is a "market" for this kind of drug??