My 20 year old daughter (multiple mood disorders) moved out in August to live with her boyfriend. We helped financially get them set up in an apartment and told them that we would be weaning them off our money and that they needed to get themselves jobs and take over their own finances. She got a part time, minimum wage job. October she was kicked out of her apartment due to some previous issues with the apartment, not her fault. Boyfriend left her just before this and she found a new boyfriend. She moved in with him, his buddy & girlfriend. They have a one bedroom apartment. All 4 of them are mentally young teenagers, trying to be adults. I tried to help them find a new apartment, but due to their lease they couldn't move. I pay a portion of her rent with the money that is refunded from the previous apartment. November, she quit her job. Boyfriend is working part time at a fast food restaurant. December, Boyfriend gets "laid off" (their word for fired?) and money is no longer coming in. December rent is very late and I help them get rent money from the church. She is still unemployed. I help her start the paperwork for her to get on SSI and food stamps etc. January, Neither of them are working. They have theft. I help them get stuff donated to replace lost stuff. However they don't have enough rent money for February. Buddy and girlfriend pack up and are on their way out and have told my daughter and her boyfriend they need to leave as well. My daughter is mean to me. Verbally and mentally abusive. I have realized with her gone, just how much she was abusive. I cannot let her live with me. She claims she has contacted everyone she knows and that everyone has told her no to letting her and her boyfriend live with them. I know she wants me to say that they can live with me, but I can't. How do I cope with this? I'm feeling guilty that I am abandoning my daughter. I hate the thought of her being out on the street in below freezing temps. I know the homeless shelter is overcrowded and she's got a slim chance of getting in and even if she could, she would turn it down because they wouldn't let her stay with her boyfriend.