My difficult child is in foster care and she comes home on Friday thru Sunday. She takes adderall, and she said last week, I 've got to get some more adderal. Okay, so she tells her foster mom that she needs it and she calls difficult child's therapist and tells her she needs it. Okay, so that was on Monday. This morning difficult child wakes up and low and behold no adderal. Foster mom knows that difficult child cannot function at school without being sent to the office without her adderall. She is unable to hold it together without it, she has terrible impulse control without her medication. So she stays home from school. Fostermom calls the agency to check and see if it's been called in 4 days later. Therapist didn't get to it yesterday and today she is out of the office sick. The Dr. has also taken the day off and is not reachable. In the 7 years, difficult child has taken adderall, I have never not had her medication. I know how important it is for her and I stay on top of it. For her sanity and mine and everyone else's. I refuse to let her come home for the weekend without it. I think it's ****. FM, Dr, Therapist, all failed to do what they are supposed to. Now they want me to deal with the brunt of it and oh we will make sure she has it on Monday. If difficult child comes home one of two things is going to happen, she is going to go to jail for destroying something or hurting me, or I am going to go to jail. I want neither to happen. Her caseworker says if this happens that she doesn't get her medication and she doesn't go home, then they will have to put her in respite and it's not going to look good and someone is going to be in trouble. Should it be me for refusing to let her come home like this? Should I let her come home and everything just happen as it's going to. If they know she can't handle school without her medicine, what makes them think that it's going to go well at home this weekend? Don't care as long as they don't have to deal with it. Ugh. They called back and they can't get the prescription and they are going to send her home, now what do I do?