My son is currently in a psychiatric ward again, and hopefully will be able to stay there until a bed is available at the rehab he's on the waiting list for. Unfortunately, he's alienated most of what few friends he has in Chicago and the only person he talks to or gets visits from is the toxic boyfriend who introduced him to meth in the first place. I guess it is what it is. He wants to come back to Florida. I don't know if it's feasible, but the only way I will help get back down here is if he can prearrange with a rehab to where he can go and check in immediately after he lands at the airport. He can't stay with me, even for a day or two, and I don't think he has anywhere else he can stay, so if he/we can't work something out where there is no wait time between his arrival here and checkin at a rehab, he'll have to stay in Chicago and work something else out. And here's a little bit of inspiration that can apply to our children with behavioral disorders and/or drug addictions, and to us parents as well. I got this from a member of an addiction support community on Facebook: You don't fail by messing up, you fail by giving up. Some guy in the group just came up with it off the top of his head in response to another member's post about relapsing. Words to live by. You don't fail by messing up, you fail by giving up.