I'm backed into the wall, and I have no choice but to stop difficult child's Zyprexa cold turkey when it runs out on Sunday night. His monthly bill for this medication (alone) is around $750.00/month. We've been helped by his first psychiatrist, who gave us samples for his monthly dose. She's been doing this for over a year, but she can't continue. Every where else I ask, the answer is the same....they can't help. With him being out of school, and sitting home with a sitter which costs me between $1,700 and $2,000 a month, leaving me NO money left for any other bills. So my parents are helping me by paying these. But his total medication bill per month is $826.00/month. Without difficult child going back to school, or any medical assistance, I'm being forced to stop his medications. Has anyone done this, and what should I expect? And to answer a question that will probably come up....Yes, I told his medicaid case worker this and could she speed things up, and Yes, I went to the free clinics, and Yes, I spoke to the hospital where they started this, and Yes I've call our insurance company to beg them for help. Everyone says it's not their problem. Oh, and Yes, I've looked into Canadian drugs.