We are wondering what to do next, to help our son with his addition?
Our son (24) has told us he uses meth. He was also using weed.
He was in treatment when he was younger (then it was only weed and not meth). So he had a chemical assessment when he was 14. We want him to get another assessment, but he refuses and said he already did one. But to get into treatment he needs a more current assessment.
He told us he can quite using on his own. My husband (our sons dad) said that he couldn't go back to work with him until he got his addition under control. So we figured if he didn't make any money then he wouldn't be able to get the stuff. Our son still lives at our house. But if he is not working he gets depressed and lays around like a lump.
So what do we do now? Do we ask him to move out (which would also be scary, he doesn't have very good life skills).
Any advice would be appreciated.
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