To avoid the board curse, I won't say that difficult child is doing well and seems to be settling into his new environment. So far, he is being attentive to his lessons. Many of the other clients/students seem to be bonding with difficult child. His apartment is clean and well cared for and he seems to be doing better than when he was on his own before. The program seems to be getting a healthy amount of good publicity and hopeful they will grow into a campus where difficult child could live and work. He isn't complaining or whining or demanding. I think he is happy with his move. Hope springs eternal for warrior moms.