We have finalized our application to move Kanga to a different Residential Treatment Center (RTC) - one that can give her more 'real life' skills. I loved the school and that they took 4 hours to give me a complete tour and answer every question. The paperwork still has to be approved but it looks like she will move in early June. Her current Residential Treatment Center (RTC) has 7 girls (down from 12 at one point) and male day students but no male residential students(total of 30-40 kids) . The new Residential Treatment Center (RTC) has 32 residential females (12-21) and 108 residential males (6-21) and 80 day students (male and female) - total of 220 kids!!! She will now have major access to BOYS! With her hyper-sexual issues, we are concerned. They are well supervised and it looks like they are going to put her in the more restrictive of the 2 units she qualifies for (per our request). My concern is when she gets in one of her 'moods' that she will run with a boy. Since she is on daily birth control pills, any run of longer than a day or two would be VERY BAD. Her therapist recommended we speak with her medical doctor regarding more long term birth control (the shot, etc.) We do not want to do anything that may cause her to become infertile (no IUDs, etc.) While her having children is probably a very bad idea, it will be her decision as an adult. That being said, has anyone had any experience with their daughter on the shots? is it a bad mix for kids with mood disorders? bad reaction with certain medications? Are there any other mid-term options?