difficult child called. Said they thought he was taking something. Searched his room from top to bottom. Took away his hair spray and a vial of fluid from when he had his ears pierced. (If so, this surprises me as I thought they searched their items on admission. I know difficult child had other things - Zytrex, hand sanitizer - that would be taken away.) Said he was given avitan and tramadol. Said someone gave him something in the middle of the night. He knows that because of a cup on his night stand that wasn't there before. Then says he has to go. Wants to call his friend (the ones who shot heroin, etc.) I said I think they oinly let you call family. While we were talking, the therapist called. I called him back. He said they wanted me to know they were moving him to a medical floor. He cannot tell me more (the release again.) I asked for him to explain generically why they did this - he said (1) people have more detox needs (2) increased medical supervision and/or (3) concern about moods/psy issues. I told therapist what difficult child said. He indicated that was reasonably accurate. I aske why I couldn't be told what was wrong if since difficult child had medical only release and was going to a medical floor. Therapist said that's a good question. I then explained I thought difficult child shouldn't be calling this friend. He said he would pass that along and that they could call anyone but wanted it restricted to people who would be helpful. Any insight as to what is really going on?