My wife and I have a 21, soon to be 22, year old son. He is very intelligent and has never given us any real trouble. He has never had any issue with drugs, he pretty much stays to himself. He dropped out of school when in his senior year, against our advice, but our thinking was that if he really didn't want to be there, then forcing him to stay was only prolonging the inevitable. After being out of school for a while and not getting a job, we enrolled him in the Youth Challenge Academy, which is a program for "at-risk" kids, where they can go to get a diploma. It is structured like the military and while there he seemed to thrive. At first he did not like it but that was to be expected. But he did well, he tutored other children, got some college credits and we thought everything was going to work out. But as soon as he came back home he soon fell back into his old habits. We believe he may need some counseling, but I am unable to afford health insurance for him due to cost (we also have another teenage daughter living at home). From my research, he may be able to get a lowered rate through AHA, but he isn't even motivated enough to fill out the forms. Generally he is in a good mood. He does have a messed up sleep routine, which he blames on insomnia. But whenever we give the slightest push, he has anxiety attacks. I know I am leaving a lot out, but wanted to keep this as short as possible. Hoping to find someway of getting him possible treatment, or finding a way of motivating him.