I met with one of the CM's at difficult child's counseling provider last night. We worked on ideas for the house rules, consequences, etc. for when difficult child turns 18. (28 days, 3 hours, 45 minutes) We came up with two categories of rules. One is just basic, general, "this is what is expected of you" rules. The other category contains rules that, if broken, result in IMMEDIATE eviction and possible police involvement. (violence, non-compliant with medications, destruction of property). For the general rules, I tentatively have it stated that for every week any of those rules aren't followed, difficult child will receive one warning. If there are three warnings within a 6 month period, he's out. For those of you who have been there done that, is this a reasonable consequence? Honestly, I don't think it will take 6 months to rack up 3 warnings but I'm trying to give him a chance while still being firm. I'm still in the drafting phase so nothing is in stone yet.